New Lean Green Belts

March 2018 graduates

Congratulations to the new Lean Green Belt graduates.

Left to right

Back row: Kate McGovern (Adjunct Faculty Department of Administrative Services), Colin Premo (Department of Health and Human Services), Brian Strong (Department of Safety), Trevor Bauer (Department of Health and Human Services), and Patrick McGowen (Department of Health and Human Services).

Front row: Alan Moulton (Department of Environmental Services), Jeannie Caderette (Department of Safety), Murial Lajoie (Department of Environmental Services), and Allen Arbeau (City of Dover).

Free Process Improvement Webinars

Online resource for free educational learning with KaiNexus.

Webinars include using Lean for long term solution support, A3 thinking, case samples, coaching, and much more.

Watch from the convenience at your desk or with a group to have a round table discussion.

https://www.kainexus.com/continuous-improvement/resources-for-continuous-improvement/continuous-improvement-webinars/recordings

Do you gemba walk?

Find out conversation details at lean.org:

What kind of conversation should I expect during a gemba walk?

Six Phases of Process Improvement

UNH has a great resource which shows the six phases of process improvement.  You can review this resource at the link below:

https://www.unh.edu/it/six-phases-of-process-improvement

 

State of Wisconsin Metrics Overview

We are all interested in metrics when it comes to our Lean work.  Feel free to review Wisconsin’s Annual Report to see what they accomplished in 2017.

WI Lean Government Program – FY17 Annual Report – Final (Revised)

Here is a link to the high level overview for FY17 and FY16 as well for comparison.

https://lean.wi.gov/Pages/Results/Metrics.aspx

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