E065: Book Review – Why Governments Don’t Think They Make Widgets2 min read
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In this podcast, I read a book review I wrote recently about the book “We Don’t Make Widgets” written by Ken Miller. His book discusses the challenges and myths of process improvement in Government.
- Ken Miller Bio
- Examples of Lean Six Sigma in Government
- We Don’t Make Widgets: Overcoming the Myths That Keep Government From Radically Improving
- Extreme Government Makeover: Increasing Our Capacity To Do More Good
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