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VCNO Interviewed by Industry Leaders

During a fireside chat with industry leaders in late 2021, Vice Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral Bill Lescher, shared the Navy's journey in adopting a Lean mindset from his starting interest to the challenges and benefits...View Video* (*requires Navy Flank Speed access and CAC*)


Six questions with the US Navy’s top officer, Adm. Mike Gilday
By Megan Eckstein, DefenseNews | March 14, 2022

The U.S. Navy is all in on its “get real, get better” approach to improving fleet readiness by using data to identify root problems as well as solutions. Several ongoing efforts that leverage data analytics — including the Performance to Plan and the Naval Sustainment System efforts — seek to “embrace the red” and tackle them head-on. But how are these data-driven endeavors shaping the fleet?...More


Get Real Get Better
Admiral Michael Gilday, Chief of Naval Operations

Get Real Get Better (GRGB) is a call to action for every Navy leader to apply a set of Navy-proven leadership and problem solving best practices that empower our people to achieve exceptional performance. “History shows the navy which adapts, learns, and improves the fastest gains an enduring warfighting advantage. The essential element is fostering an ecosystem—a culture—that assesses, corrects, and innovates better than the opposition.” GRGB One-Pager | Full GRGB Announcement | Charge of Command


VCNO Speaks at NHA Symposium
By Petty Officer 1st Class Sean Castellano

Adm. Bill Lescher, Vice Chief of Naval Operations, opened the first day of panels and briefs during the Naval Helicopter Association (NHA) Symposium at the Viejas Resort, Oct. 7, 2021. During his remarks, he discussed the body of Navy learning developed over three and a half years of transformational work in aviation readiness, end-to-end supply chain improvements, and shipyard productivity. He highlighted how the Navy is scaling this learning through NAVPLAN implementation to broadly drive increased Navy readiness and lethality, and the role of Navy leaders at all levels in bringing velocity to this change...View Video

 

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