Panel Discussion: Using Lean Six Sigma For Government

Hosted By: Diana Davis
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About this Podcast...

Like it or not, governments around the world are slashing budgets left right and center. Can they cut costs and still improve services? Some are looking to Lean Six Sigma for answers. But is it the right tool set and how can governments use it effectively? PEX Network Editor, Diana Davis, recently moderated a panel discussion on this topic as part of Steve Wilson’s radio show "Quality Conversations", distributed here in this Process Perspectives podcast.

Panelists in this podcast discussion:

  • Jim Bowie, author of Lean Acres and Vice President of International Standard for Lean Six Sigma.
  • Thomas Pizedeck, a leading quality and Lean Six Sigma authority and President of the Pizedeck Institute.
  • Donald Depowicz, Director of Technical Excellence for PCC Air Foils.
  • Steve Bonacorsi, a Lean Six Sigma MBB & President of International Standard for Lean Six Sigma

Editor's note: this radio show was recorded shortly after a conference call that politician Newt Gingrich held with Lean Six Sigma practitioners. To listen to the conference call in its entirety check out Open Discussion with Newt Gingrich on Lean Six Sigma for Government


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