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Sources: Adapted from Black and Miler, The Toyota Way to Healthcare . Source : mmoonneeyy.info~mrother/KATA_Files/mmoonneeyy.info PDF | 65 minutes read | Companion to the book 'Toyota Kata.' Designed to help a coach (the manager) and a learner work together in. Por sua vez, Kata, pode ser desdobrado a todos os níveis da organização, de modo que ela se oriente para a melhoria contínua. It includes several methods and ways of developing operations, such as improved production flow, continuous improvement and just-in-time (JIT.
This concept is the basis of the book Toyota Kata If we want a Lean revolution, then we need to shift emphasis from staff-led, episodic improvement efforts, to daily efforts led by middle managers. Thanks a lot for your support ,, It is a real pleasure ,, I am deeply enjoying Enjoying Toyota Kata book as I did when I read learning to see ,, 3 weeks ago we celebrated a lean summit using Toyota kata in a 3M plant located in Juarez Mx,, It was a great event.. Leaders and managers have tended to focus on outcomes and solutions A solution at Toyota Excellent Book.
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Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Read reviews that mention continuous improvement toyota kata mike rother problem solving production system coaching kata must read improvement kata toyota production great book target condition toyota way highly recommend lean journey enjoyed reading managing people set of tools shop floor best book open my eyes.
Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Tools, rules, techniques are necessary, but not sufficient to move an organization toward a culture of continuous improvement. It is indeed the daily behavior of the people inside the framework of the organization that defines the culture.
The Improvement Kata and the Coaching Kata are not new, but they are explained here in a way that makes them an integrated whole and accessible to anyone who will take the time to study this excellent work. He described what is essentially the Improvement Kata and to a lesser degree the Coaching Kata.
I remember how shocked I was to read his prescription for revitalizing continuous improvement -- i. He was of course referring to rapid PDCA cycles where learning rapidly builds upon learning through failure and success in a never ending procession toward ever better processes.
The Coaching Kata is what ties it all together so that through "respect for people" the Improvement Kata can grow progressively stronger and more pervasive throughout the organization. This is the key to what I've always thought of as "continuously improving the improvement system". Without the Coaching Kata, each improvement effort, regardless of how successful, is robbed of its full potential to create not just process change, but change in the people who created the process change.
This evolution of the people, not just the processes, that is the key. Rother explains how this works with clarity and precision. I highly recommend this book. Don't waste time on the others until you read this one. Hardcover Verified Purchase. I'd previously given this book a 5 star review based upon reading. I took the role of mentor in the teaching kata, and guided my Production Manager to help me write an A3 for how to dramatically reshape our shipping department. I didn't feel entirely comfortable, as I didn't have solid experience with ANY of the tools which are touted to fill up most "Lean" books.
But by simply simply writing and mentoring the teaching of an A3, as taught in this book, we discovered all sorts of issues we hadn't been considering. And then, when we began to implement the formal plan -- as this book forewarned us to expect -- we uncovered a lot of additional considerations.
That was several weeks ago. We are continuing to iterate on the improvement kata; it is clear we are on the right track to substantial improvement in the department and it is also more clear than ever that Lean isn't about "quick fix", short-term thinking another lesson from this book. I've now purchased SIX copies of the book as we are picking up speed, proceeding to roll Lean out through all the aspects of our national business.
It will doubtless take me years to really feel I am a fully experienced "Lean" practitioner. But I can't praise this book enough: Forget reading all the other books until you've really read this one. I wish I could take at least one star away from pretty nearly all the other Lean books out there so this one would really stand out as the shining STAR that it is.
You can be pretty sure you will fail, also, if you try to implement lean as a group of tools taught by a consultant. In the author's words: This is reverse engineering The proper place to start, and to ground, is in the philosophy and more subtle behaviors at Toyota. The particular techniques are pretty much valueless without culture change and this is the only book I've read so far which really teaches that.
Excellent Book. This covers what you need to know to start teaching the improvement Kata. If you want to develope your teams capabilities and learn how to be a better hands on coach then read this book.
I thoroughly enjoyed the examples that were outlined. Take the book serious and put actions into your daily practice. One person found this helpful. Do you care about Quality?
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Show More. Eric Welle. No Downloads. Views Total views. Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. Toyota Kata 1. In its day-to-day management Toyota teaches a way of working -- a kata -- that has helped make it so successful over the last six decades. Kata are practice routines, like dance steps, that develop particular skills and ways of thinking.
This is very much like training in sports. Leaders and managers have tended to focus on outcomes and solutions A solution at Toyota We want to be here We are here Unclear Territory This is a grey zone!