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“We will be successful if we stick to basic Lean principles rather than on what the ‘right tool of the day’ is. Go with a good solution; don’t wait for the perfect solution.” Those have been Jay McNally’s guiding insights since he joined King County’s Continuous Improvement Team as one of the two original senseis on the team. 86 more words
Organizations that want to start becoming Lean need enthusiastic Lean champions, Lean leaders who encourage work teams to raise tough questions and challenge “that’s how we’ve always done it”—including the way those same leaders have always done it. 297 more words
King County’s Vehicle Maintenance section was using metrics that didn’t drive improvement and frustrated employees.
We learned a better way—involving front line staff in developing metrics that would be useful for them… 45 more words