This podcast brings you audio about "Toyota Kata" from online videos and webinars, reformatted to make it easy to listen while driving, walking, or traveling. Content is used with the permission of Mike Rother and others who originally created the content. The podcast is produced by Mark Graban.
Hi, this is Mark Graban. In this episode of the Kata Cast, I’m sharing audio that Mike Rother asked me to post here. It’s the audio of his opening keynote from the recent KataCon5 event.
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You can also watch video of the keynote here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1l68cFskC7Y
Starter Kata are basic practice routines you begin with, to get skill fundamentals. The goal is to internalize each Starter Kata's pattern, so you can then build on and adapt that pattern under a variety of circumstances with little thought or hesitation.
The Toyota Kata Starter Kata help anyone develop greater powers of scientific thinking, which equips you to meet all sorts of challenging goals.
More information is in the 'Toyota Kata Practice Guide' at: https://tinyurl.com/TK-Practice
Interestingly, the goal of the Dutch Reach is not 'to open the door with the right hand,' but rather for drivers to look back before opening the door. To build new skills and mindset it's helpful to have a little starter routine to practice, than to only hear, "Please look back before you open the door."
From this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xyLvgB64jh8
This presentation is from March 2014, by Michael Lombard. "These are the mistakes I've made as a Toyota Kata-style coach that have produced the best lessons learned for me. Hopefully you can build upon my mistakes and lessons learned to expedite your own Kata learning journey."
To see the video, visit this forwarding URL: http://www.leanblog.orgkata5 This presentation gives a useful summary of the Toyota Kata research and explains what the Improvement Kata and Coaching Kata are about. This presentation was made by Mike Rother at the HEC Montréal Business School on November 3, 2015. RESOURCES: - For a more detailed description of the Toyota Kata Research go to: http://www-personal.umich.edu/~mrothe... - The "Five Question Card," the "IK/CK Practice Guide" and a set of IK/CK Powerpoint Slides can be downloaded at: http://www-personal.umich.edu/~mrothe... - The BJ Fogg video can also be viewed on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cfAQ8...
Hi welcome to episode 4 of KataCast. This episode is a case study that was presented by Stuart Powell from Cookshack, a talk given in October 2015 at the 2015 Oklahoma Conference on Manufacturing. This audio comes from a video posted on Mike Rother's YouTube channel (his channel ID is 734mike) and you can find the video by using the forwarding URL www.leanblog.org/kata4. The Improvement Kata and Coaching Kata (IK/CK) are practice routines ("Starter Kata") that help turn anyone into an experimenter striving for a strategic purpose. Stuart Powell and his team at Cookshack in Ponca City, Oklahoma strive to differentiate Cookshack from competitors by strategically applying the Improvement Kata and Coaching Kata routines and practicing them daily.
Kata: Mike Rother, "The Challenge of Developing Lean Management," Deliberate Practice
Released Nov 11, 2015
View the entire presentation via http://www.leanblog.org/kata3. The first part of Mike's presentation on "scientific thinking" was Episode #2.