Find out what happens when you take a plumbing inspector out of the field and put him into a completely virtual DOTI Black Belt Fellowship. Spoiler alert: record-breaking levels of innovation.
Joey Hernandez spent his DOTI Black Belt Fellowship with the street sweeping team, saving almost 26 million gallons of water and 668 staff hours in the process.
Transforming an okay process into a great one does not happen overnight, it happens one spoke at at time. Just ask the Denver Public Works Transportation & Mobility (PWT&M) bike […]
By Cassie Schoon, Department of Public Works Nobody likes to be rejected. When you build up the courage to ask someone out or apply for a job, rejection is hard […]
Liz Lorang works for Right of Way Services and directly supports the City and County of Denver’s Public Works Transportation & Mobility Division. Liz loves to come up with great ideas […]
The first thing you see when you walk up to this team’s area is an amazing white board. A3s are taped up on one side; there are funny quotes, examples […]