Building the Case of Implementing Lean Six Sigma for Oklahoma

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In an attempt to streamline government processes in Oklahoma City, Zach Sumner, director of logistics for the E Foundation for Oklahoma built his case. A program that the E Foundation has created, SoonerStat, is inspired by Lean Six Sigma principles that aim to streamline service delivery, reduce cycle time and reduce overtime for government. Oklahoma. With revenue shortfalls and service cuts, Sumner argues that the problem must be solved by identifying root causes and solving them with rationalization rather than raising funds

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