Lean Government

The tenet of lean is doing more with less; understanding the agency’s values and providing those services continually faster and more efficiently through the elimination of wasteful activities.

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The tenet of lean is doing more with less; understanding the agency’s values and providing those services continually faster and more efficiently through the elimination of wasteful activities.

Lean fundamentals are simple to understand and results can be realized incrementally; lean is not a quick fix or a part-time activity. The most successful implementations have strong top-down commitment and active participation by management. Over time, successful implementations also alter the culture of the organization, creating a truly empowered workforce that has a healthy distaste for the status quo; hence energized to continually make improvements.

A critical element to a successful lean project, centers on training and sustaining. blum offers this through our framework for launching and sustaining process improvement. The framework addresses the following areas:

  1. Planning and strategy deployment
  2. Leadership training and development
  3. Communication of overall intent
  4. Workforce training and development
  5. Project-based, result-driven improvement activities (PRIA)
  6. Evaluation of progress and plan adjustments
  7. Communication of discrete results and next steps
  8. Implementation migration

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