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High Performance Teaming. Presenters: Bob Betz Senior Vice President McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. Dan Fauchier, CMF Senior Lean Coach The ReAlignment Group. . YES. NO. . YES. NO. Commonly Asked Questions. Will I be able to get copies of the slides after the event? . - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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High Performance TeamingPresenters:Bob BetzSenior Vice President McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.

Dan Fauchier, CMFSenior Lean Coach The ReAlignment GroupOur goal is to be the best builder in America.Remove the workerRemove at least one building from background

1Commonly Asked QuestionsWill I be able to get copies of the slides after the event? 2.Is this web seminar being recorded so I or others can view it after the fact?

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AgendaIntroductionsWhat is High Performance Teaming?UCSD Biomedical Research Facility IIWhy and How?Results MetricsTakeawaysFinal AssessmentQ&A4What is High Performance Teaming?High Performance Teaming5What is High Performance Teaming?Moving from vertical silos

To Horizontal TeamsExecutiveManagerField

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Level 1 Thinking - Personal/Professional7Level 2 Thinking - Business/OrganizationalContractsOwnerContractorDesignerFort Mentality

8Level 3 Thinking - Project First Thinking3rd Level FocusAlways Asking First: Whats Best for the Project?9HPT allows teams toFocus on tasks at handForecast risksForecast opportunitiesManage systemsEncourage professionalismEncourage collaborationQuickly resolve inevitable conflicts

What is High Performance Teaming?Quickly resolve inevitable conflicts

SimplifySimplifySimplify

Resolve issues at the lowest level

Elevate unresolved issues quickly through a simple 3-tier process11

OLD WAYNEW WAY12

High Performance TeamingField Team cannot ResolveThe 5 Big IdeasCollaborate;Really CollaborateNetworks ofCommitmentTightly CoupleLearning w/ ActionOptimizeThe WholeIncreaseRelatednessCourtesy LCI13

13(c) 2010 The ReAlignment Group & others cited www.projectrealign.comIntroduction to Lean ConstructionUCSD Biomedical research FACILITY IIHigh Performance Teaming14UCSD Biomedical Research Facility II200K sf, 5-story Research Laboratory + 7-story Office wing, LEED Platinum, completed 2013Owner: UCSDBuilder: McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.Designer: ZGF ArchitectsFacilitator: The ReAlignment GroupProcurement: CM/GC; Select Bid - Fee/GCs

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UCSD Biomedical Research Facility IIIncorporated techniques and strategies from:Integrated Project DeliveryDesign-BuildDesign AssistPromoted a collaborative delivery modelFacilitated a seamless transition from Preconstruction to ConstructionLean Construction theoryInformed the processesNew, more collaborative and reliable partnering modelUtilized pull planning for collaborative scheduling

16Pull Planning the MEPs17

Quarterly pre-sessiononline surveysHigh Performance Teaming18Pre-Session Surveys

19Pre-Session Surveys20

Quarterly hpt sessions(facilitated)High Performance Teaming21Session AgendaIntroductions + What surprised you most in the last 90 days?Whats Working? Whats Not Working?In vertical silo teamsFrom survey, plus live discussion pick top 3 & reportIdentify Risks and OpportunitiesIn horizontal teams: Executive, Manager, FieldTop 4 Risks, Mitigation Strategies & Action ItemsTrust AssessmentPlus / DeltaTakeaways22Start as Whole Group, then break out into Silo Teams23

Whats Working? Whats NOT Working?Then flip to Horizontal TeamsExecutiveAcross all the SilosUCSDMcCarthyZGFMajor Trades

24Horizontal Teams: Risks & Opps

25ManagerAcross all the SilosUCSDMcCarthyZGFAll TradesInspectorsHorizontal Teams: Top 4 RisksField TeamAcross all the SilosUCSDMcCarthy SuptZGF (on site)All Trades26

Break out into Issue Groups

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Live Notes become Report28

Goals Progress29

Risks & Opportunities30

Top 4 Risks/Issues & Action Items31

Plus / Delta32

Takeaways33

ResultsHigh Performance Teaming34Results6 Quarterly Meetings of 50, then 40, then 30Individual horizontal team meetings throughoutRemoved one problem individual mutual agreementHigh Performance Teaming benefits all stakeholders:Owners management teamFacilities personnelEnd usersArchitectContractorConsultantsTrade subcontractors

35MetricsHigh Performance Teaming36Trust Assessment37

8.19Team Members Trust LevelsSteady in the 8sTeam Members Trust LevelsTakeawaysHigh Performance Teaming40TakeawaysFinished on time, on budget, Platinum qualityOpen communication throughout the entire project between all levels of the TeamPull planning was an excellent compliment to the to HPT process Facilitated field collaborationChange resolution uneventfulAll issues resolved at the Management/Field Level of the projectGoal setting by each HPT Group raised the bar on performance for the project

41Final assessmentHigh Performance Teaming42Final AssessmentUsing High Performance TeamingOwner realizes quantitative results Performance enhancementsDelivery of high qualityMeet a fast-track scheduleCollaborative budget control target value budgetingMaintain safe jobsiteFoster camaraderie amongst all team membersDrives all project participants to Project First thinkingStreamlining team focus onWhats ultimately best for the project.

43Questions and answers

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Following Todays Web CastWatch your inbox for directions on where to go for downloading todays presentation and recording.To contact:Bob Betzrbetz@mccarthy.comDan Fauchierdan@projectrealign.com46High Performance TeamingPresenters:Bob BetzSenior Vice President McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.

Dan Fauchier, CMFSenior Lean Coach The ReAlignment GroupOur goal is to be the best builder in America.Remove the workerRemove at least one building from background

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