James Burger writes about how LEAN SIX SIGMA is a part of the County’s strategic plan and budget to do more with less
Kern County Supervisor and Chairman of the Board, Zack Scrivner, offers his support for Kern County LEAN Six Sigma efforts.
Michael Lukehart offers his insight into the challenges that the local government would face in implementing LEAN Six Sigma.
Jack Gotcher writes about the need for continuous improvement in the County
Michael Lukehart responds to his critics by arguing that government is resistant to metrics and has very little “value-added” programs
Lois Henry outlines the County’s initial exploration of LEAN Six Sigma along with concerns over the creation of additional bureaucracy
Bakersfield Californian Staff Writer, James Burger, joins us for a LEAN SIX SIGMA training event and writes about his experience.
David Ewert argues that there are government processes that can be changed and would also lead to increased transparency.
David Ewert offers a rebuttal to Lukehart’s concerns
John Pryor makes the case that government can use LEAN SIX SIGMA to improve services for citizens.
Kern County receives CSAC’s 2018 Challenge Award for LaunchKern