Pipeline Workshops™: Disruptive Learning

“The concept of production building being a ‘pipeline’, along with the simple and straight-forward concepts discussed in this seminar, made this one of the most eye-opening experiences I have ever had when it comes to learning about production building.”  (Patrick Bukszar, Dir. Construction Services, Essex Homes, Lexington, SC)

“The Pipeline workshop™ was an eye opening experience.  I took away invaluable insight on what it takes to operate a profitable homebuilding company.”   (Daniel Hopkins, Director of Purchasing/Estimating, Jeff Benton Homes, Huntsville, AL)

“It was quite intense, challenging, and not for the intellectually lazy”. (Scott Sedam, President, TrueNorth Development, South Lyon, MI)

 

In relentlessly improving the Pipeline workshop™, our intent – simply, plainly – is to open the eyes of attendees, wider than they have ever been opened, and to make the learning as disruptive as possible to conventional, long-accepted ways of thinking.

We don’t want to just inform attendees thinking, we want to reform it.

Specifically:

  Pipeline games™ are a production simulator and a business game; they are what make Pipeline workshops™ so intense, so interactive, so competitive, and so worthwhile.  Already the best sim in the business, we have made the Pipeline game™ even better over the years, by shortening its duration and making the operating statement look exactly like a homebuilding operation.

  RB Builders: Lessons from the Pipeline© is the business case that we use; it presents a set of problems dealing with a very realistic homebuilding operation that attendees are required to solve;  it is a test that challenges their knowledge and understanding of production principles.

The use of Pipeline games™ and the business case means that a Pipeline workshop™ – already known for its unique, engaging format – is now even edgier in that regard, because that is where almost all of the learning occurs.

Pipeline workshops™:  creating a visual image of homebuilding production;  making the connection between operating decisions and business outcomes;  building a new way of thinking systemically – building a paradigm shift – towards solving core problems, managing limited capacity, dealing with variation, managing homebuilding production as the type of workflow that it truly is;  emphasizing the actions that accelerate velocity.

 

Come.  Participate.  Learn.

The next Pipeline workshop™ will be April 5-6, 2017, at the Ponte Vedra Inn and Club, in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.  Cost is $875.00.

Sponsored by BUILDER and BuilderMT.

For more details:  www.buildervelocity.com