Public Service Recognition Week is a time to recognize and celebrate those who work in public service. This year, GoLeanSixSigma.com would like to take this opportunity to recognize men and women who serve our nation as federal, state, county and local government employees. The following are outstanding government employees who have made significant contributions and effort towards applying Lean Six Sigma process improvement.
Maureen Jugar, Supervising Management Analyst, City of San Diego
Soraya Lowry, Program Manager, City of Seattle-Tacoma
Alex Ogunji, Quality Assurance, Los Angeles County Office of the Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk
Jessica Shirley-Saenz, Project Control Manager, City of San Antonio, Texas
Let’s recognize and celebrate the success of this year’s Public Service Recognition Week Honorees by sharing their success and inspiring others!
We're joined this month by Black Belt Jeff Owens - his story is one that highlights the power of a single change to inspire others. We'll get some insights from Jeff and then we'll share our discovery of how security badges helped cut down hospital infections. In the news, we'll find out why the King County bus maintenance team was walking the distance from Seattle to Death Valley. We'll see how elephants and drivers are central to the great change management book, "Switch" and for our Special Request - we'll answer a question about how to get buy-in for process improvement. Whew! I'll take an Iced Mocha, please!