Call for Presentations
Proposals must be received by November 15, 2017
Please send your proposal via email in Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF format to LCI-C secretary Ken Lancastle ([email protected]; 613-236-9455, ext. 438).
The Lean Construction Institute – Canada (LCI-C) is inviting knowledgeable speakers to share expertise, experience and knowledge on Lean principles at the third annual LCI-C national conference being held April 24 – 26, 2018 in Vancouver. Presentations and proposals are to focus on Lean in the design and construction industries, and align closely with the conference theme Leaning Forward – Reducing Waste and Working Smarter.
Lean principles are rapidly demonstrating their ability to deliver value, enhance productivity, and ultimately help stakeholders “lean forward” and reduce waste in the design and construction of projects across the Canadian building industry. LCI-C is dedicated to sharing and promoting Lean construction principles in all aspects of building, including new approaches to planning and control, the use of cross-functional teams, the utilization of modeling in project definition and design, and new tools for production workflow in construction.
Reach Owners, Consultants and Contractors from across Canada, and help share your own perspectives on the advantages of Lean.
Presentations are to be 45 minutes in length.
- Title—A short descriptive title of the presentation in 10 words or less.
- Program Summary—A description of the presentation between 40 and 60 words. This description & title will be published in the conference program and other marketing materials.
- Program Abstract—A 250 – 300-word summary that specifies how the presentation relates to the conference theme, the learning that will occur by conference attendees and benefits of disseminating the information presented to the Canadian design and construction industry.
- Speaker Background—A maximum 250-word biography of the speaker and a list of previous speaking engagements and the type/size of the audience and evaluations received.
- Speaker Contact Information—Phone and email address must be included for each proposed speaker to enable the conference review committee to contact the speaker(s) with possible questions prior to selection.