Photo: PROMOTING POSITIVE CHANGE:
Among the people bringing Lean to state government is Brandi Crowley. She's a systems improvement consultant and Lean Six Sigma Black Belt with LeanOhio, bringing years of experience to her work as a coach, facilitator, trainer, and change agent.
Photo: LEADING THE LEAN TRANSFORMATION:
(L to R) DAS Director Robert Blair and OOD Director Kevin Miller present Alissa Otani-Cole with her certification as a Green Belt. With them is Green Belt trainer Meghan Altier, who is a systems improvement consultant and Lean Six Sigma Black Belt with the LeanOhio office. People gain important knowledge and skills by attending courses through the LeanOhio Training. Trainings are offered for White Belt, Yellow Belt, Green Belt, and Black Belt. Also offered is the LeanOhio Boot Camp and various topic-specific sessions.
Photo: MAKING KAIZEN A TOP PRIORITY:
Ohio State Medicaid Director John McCarthy speaks at a report-out presentation following a Medicaid Kaizen event. Active support from leadership has been a key factor in Ohio's progress in achieving results through Lean, Kaizen, and Six Sigma.
Photo: VALUING IMPROVEMENT:
Tim Keen, Director of the Ohio Office of Budget and Management, passes out Green Belts to OBM staff who have just completed their training. Leadership has been key in making Lean the definition of how we do business in Ohio state government.
Photo: TEAMING UP TO LEAD:
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine (R) welcomes team members to a Kaizen event at the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation, along with BCI Superintendent Tom Stickrath (L).
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PROMOTING POSITIVE CHANGE:
Among the people bringing Lean to state government is Brandi Crowley. She's a systems improvement consultant and Lean Six Sigma Black Belt with LeanOhio, bringing years of experience to her work as a coach, facilitator, trainer, and change agent.
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