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Tennessee’s Best Winner Maury County – Putting Students on the Pathway to Success

Tennessee’s Best Winner Maury County – Putting Students on the Pathway to Success

This is the third post in a six-part series recognizing the winners of the Tennessee’s Best and Alabama’s Best contests.  Our previous posts featured Alabama’s Best runner-up Crestline Elementary and Tennessee’s Best runner-up Lauderdale County.   Teachers, principals, directors, board members, parents and community members may disagree about many things in public education.  The one thing they can… Read more »

How Do You Tale?

How Do You Tale?

I decided for my son’s graduation present to take him on a “motor head” weekend extravaganza in California. If you knew me, you would laugh at the thought of me and the word “extravaganza” in the same sentence – but that’s exactly what we did. With help from my wonderful wife, a detailed itinerary was… Read more »

A Lean Christmas Carol

A Lean Christmas Carol

“Everything is different and yet everything is the same”.  This is a phrase I heard a couple of years ago from a man I was helping in reference to a tool he had just borrowed.  At the time, I grinned, said ‘yes sir’, and thought that was a silly thing to say.  What a major… Read more »

LEAN Frog Awarded Two Phase Contract by Mobile County Public Schools

LEAN Frog Awarded Two Phase Contract by Mobile County Public Schools

HUNTSVILLE, ALA. (November 2, 2015) — LEAN Frog has been awarded a two phase contract to support Mobile Public County Schools (MPCSS) in their continuous improvement efforts. The assessment phase of the contract consists of detailed analyses in identified non-instructional areas to review the efficiency and effectiveness of internal processes. LEAN Frog’s proprietary Detailed Efficiency… Read more »

LEAN Frog – Outsourced Continuous Improvement or How We Do It

LEAN Frog – Outsourced Continuous Improvement or How We Do It

  LEAN Frog has saved school systems in the southeastern United States over $80 million dollars over the last six years.  I am often asked by superintendents and school board members how we do it and what exactly we do.  These are good questions.  Honestly, what we do is very unique, not only in the Southeast,… Read more »