5 Common Mistakes Implementing and Using a Digital Last Planner System and How to Avoid Them

| January 24, 2019

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The Last Planner System is a process used to develop a collaborative production planning that is based on the team experience in order to achieve efficient and effective design and construction processes. A digitized system and its visualization have shown advantages due to its independence of time and location. In case the digital tool receives all automated checks and necessary information in order to support the planning process the LPS evolves into its leanest version.

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