How Boone County School District Achieves One Million in Annual Savings Through Process Improvement

 

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  • November 12, 2018
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  • Boone County School District
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School districts have complex process environments, which often leads to process inefficiencies and hidden costs. For underfunded districts, reducing these inefficiencies and costs is imperative. Every dollar saved can be re-invested into teachers and other resources that drive student performance. This article summarizes APQC’s November 2018 Education webinar with Boone County’s Superintendent Dr. Randy Poe, Board Chairman Ed Massey, Director of Process and Performance Jason Radford, and Assistant Superintendent Jenny Watson. During the webinar the presenters shared how Boone County School District achieves over one million in annual savings through process improvement and resource optimization.

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