2018 CSU Facilities Management Conference

As higher education institutions are being asked to do more with less, operate within a more complex environment, respond to increasing needs and expectations, and face an uphill battle of aging campuses, many turn to Lean to support them in tackling these difficult challenges. Don’t miss “Using Lean Principles to Optimize Non-Construction Processes and Workforce Safety” at the 2018 CSU Facilities Management Conference on October 30 from 9 to 10 a.m. The panel will be presented by David Korpan from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Meredith Hargreaves of Haley & Aldrich, Jacob Torrens of Haley & Aldrich, and Bob Andrew of CSU East Baby. 

Attendees of the session will:

  • Gain a clear understanding of Lean.

  • Understand how Lean principles go beyond efficiency to eliminate waste in time, movement, and human potential through integrated project delivery.

  • Learn about how Lean principles can be applied to eliminate waste in a variety of facilities management tasks, processes, operations and service deliveries.

  • Learn how Cal Poly San Luis Obispo applied Lean principles to reduce its safety incidents and improve campus safety culture.

Interested in learning more about the conference? Visit the CSU website