The Project Production Systems Laboratory (P2SL) at UC Berkeley is pleased to lead a workshop on Target Value Design. This workshop is devoted to updating P2SL's process benchmark, and will follow the standard agenda we've developed for such events.
This meeting is sponsored by UCSF and will take place at their Mission Bay Campus. Thank you UCSF for providing this venue!
Current prescription of Target Value Design - Glenn Ballard
Report from industry practitioners on what they have done, what's worked, and what's not worked so well
- Paul Klemish of Herrero-Boldt, Cathedral Hill Hospital Project
- Ron Migliori of Buehler & Buehler
- Katherine Blume of Southland Industries, California Prison Receivership Project
Collectively agree on what advice to give the industry concerning target value design, based on our thinking and experience to date--a new process benchmark for TVD
Discuss/Revise/Agree Process Benchmark for TVD: what recommendations we are confident to make based on our research (studies and experiments) to date
Collectively develop research questions and issues that need to be investigated in order to go beyond the new process benchmark for TVD.
Discuss/Revise/Agree Research needed to go beyond the Process Benchmark for TVD
Request to participants: Please come prepared to share your experiences, learnings and questions about Target Value Design. If you would like to make a presentation longer than 5 minutes, please inform Glenn Ballard well in advance of the workshop via firstname.lastname@example.org or 415-710-5531.
In previous workshops, we've spent most of our time on presentations, leaving little time for defining new benchmarks or future research. If possible, we would like to avoid that reoccurring, but if there are different, informative stories to tell, they should be told, and we will schedule a second workshop to complete our task. Please let Glenn (email@example.com or 415/710-5531) know if you or others have such stories to tell that would inform a new TVD benchmark or future TVD research.
Registration Fee: Employees with P2SL member companies pay $125 to off-set the costs of organizing this event; member-company logos are shown at the top of this page. Non-members pay $250. Please press the [Register Now] button (to the right, under the header with logos) of this online system to confirm you will participate in this event and to pay for your registration.
Parking: Information about parking at the Mission Bay campus is posted at http://campuslifeservices.ucsf.edu/transportation/parking/public/mb/
Public Transit: The UCSF Mission Bay campus is served by the Muni T-Third Street line, which stops at the UCSF Mission Bay Station located on Third Street near 16th Street. This applies for both north- and southbound travel, that is, going downtown or out to San Francisco's southeast neighborhoods.
For further public transit information, contact the San Francisco Municipal Railway directly at 415/673-MUNI or visit the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Website.
Don't miss this opportunity to learn about lean project delivery and changes taking place in the industry!
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UC Regents - P2SL
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P2SL - Prof. I.D. Tommelein
215-A McLaughlin Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720-1712