By Jon Miller | Post Date: September 29, 2006 8:57 PM | Comments: 4
There's a bit of Scottish blood in me from my father's side and it makes me proud of every drop whenever I hear of the Lean government work Scottish public servants are doing. The September 28, 2006 edition of the Scotsman correctly reports Copying Toyota Would Put Scottish Public Sector in Front.
ANDY Kerr, the health minister, yesterday called on the public sector to improve services by adopting business techniques pioneered by Toyota, the Japanese car maker.
That's all the details I have from the article, I'm afraid, since my Scottish frugality helped me resist the offer to read the full article now subscribe to "scotsman.com Premium" from as little as £29.95 a year.
Don't be fooled by the Sign Up Free! in big red letters. Apparently this literally means you can SIGN UP for free but not actually read until you pay. I'm signed up, for what that's worth. It's a good but slightly deceiving way for the Scotsman to get my name and contact information, I suppose.
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