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Source: Ministry of Economic Development (Russia) – An important disclaimer is at the bottom of this article.

First Deputy Prime Minister Andrei Belousov and Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova discussed the implementation of the Russian President’s instructions voiced during his Address to the Federal Assembly.

Russian President Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin has instructed that labor productivity improvement projects should cover 40% of medium and large enterprises in the basic non-resource sectors of the economy and all institutions of the social sphere.

“By mid-summer it is to form a plan for the introduction of lean technologies in priority social institutions in the regions of the country and determine performance indicators. The key results should be an increase in the availability of services and speed of service for citizens, so it is planned to evaluate the results through feedback mechanisms,” said Andrei Belousov.

“Based on the experience of implementing lean production technologies in individual social institutions, unified recommendations will be developed. Their application will make it possible to qualitatively improve the level of service in social institutions by 2030. In addition, in accordance with the President’s instruction, we will consider the inclusion of measures to introduce lean production techniques in national projects,” said Tatyana Golikova.

Projects to improve the efficiency of non-resource companies and social organizations are already being implemented. Industrial enterprises are being helped in this by the national project “Labor Productivity”, which has covered more than 6,000 companies.

The “Lean Polyclinic” project is working in the healthcare sector. It helps reduce queues to doctors, disperse patient flows, and improve the quality of service. Since 2022, the “Comfortable School” project has been launched, which works on similar principles: reorganization reduces the workload of teachers, reduces queues in the checkroom and library. The Deputy Prime Ministers agreed to take this experience into account for the implementation of the President’s instruction.

The meeting was also attended by Minister of Economic Development Maxim Reshetnikov, Minister of Education Sergey Kravtsov, Minister of Health Mikhail Murashko, Minister of Culture Olga Lyubimova, Minister of Labor and Social Protection Anton Kotyakov.

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