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Lean Six Sigma Success Story: Streamlining Capital Delivery for the Wastewater Treatment Division With Sandy Kilroy & Bill Wilbert

King County's Wastewater Treatment Division paves the way for process improvement with a two-pronged approach: Changing Culture and Kaizen Improvements. Here's how Sandy and Bill are helping to reduce lead time in their Capital Streamlining efforts. Bill Wilbert has worked for the King County Wastewater Treatment Division for 17 years.…

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Success Story: How Lean Six Sigma Reduced Travel Expense Approval Time By 94% With Eunjoo Greenhouse And Valerie Ceban -

Lean Six Sigma Success Story: How Lean Six Sigma Reduced Travel Expense Approval Time by 94% With Eunjoo Greenhouse and Valerie Ceban

King County continues to streamline processes and make things simpler and easier! Watch this 30 minute success story to learn how they reduced unnecessary steps in a process that almost all organizations have: the travel expense process! The Challenge King County—Washington State's most populous county, with over 2 million citizens—has…

Read more 2019 Project Of The Year! 2019 Project of the Year!

Now Accepting Entries for 2020! Process Improvement is another way of saying "Success Story." But not all successes are created equal. Some involved more struggle. Some involved truly elegant solutions. Some saved piles of cash. Some saved human lives.'s 2019 Project Of the Year is based on data collected…

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Success Story: Improving The Capital Design Review Process At Wastewater Treatment Division By 30%, Featuring Roger Browne -

Lean Six Sigma Success Story: Improving the Capital Design Review Process at Wastewater Treatment Division by 30%, Featuring Roger Browne

King County Wastewater Treatment Division successfully improves the Capital Design process. Roger talks about the successful project and how a team from Wastewater Treatment Division helped reduce lead time on this Capital Design Review Process. The Challenge In the Wastewater Treatment Division, Roger realized that since they were short on…

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