Introduction to Lean the Judicial Branch way

Posted by Tom Lencki on July 9th, 2018

In 2016, a hands-on approach to lean was introduced and, over a six month period, 108 Superior court employees came to learn about the core concepts of lean, brainstorming, value stream mapping and team building in a fun and interactive way. On June 28, 2018, 13 recently hired employees came to find out what lean was all about, why it is important to our culture, and how the Superior court is committed to continuous improvement.  Feedback included

Although the activities were fun, they were also a great learning tool; great training and I enjoyed it very much.”

I feel like it was a great introduction to the lean process. It gave me a good foundation to build upon

I liked that it wasn’t just sitting and listening but actually doing hands on projects to demonstrate the principles.

The Superior Court will be taking a team to the Yellow Belt class held at BET on July 10th through 12th to review and lean the network outage policy.

Congratulations to Joanna Bailey for accepting the Summer Challenge and being the first to submit a post!!!


One Response to “Introduction to Lean the Judicial Branch way”

  1. Angela Linke on July 9th, 2018 4:15 pm

    It’s great that you’ve apparently achieved a lot of buy-in. Good job!

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