- Lean Six Sigma community - Social Network

6 results for "Mike Rother"


  • Toyota Kata – Mike Rother in the group Lean Six Sigma Deutschland

    Die Toyota Kata ist eine Ansatz zur strukturierten Umsetzung von Lean Gedanken. Anbei eine Stoffsammlung zur Toyota Kata und ihrem Begründer Mike Rother. Die Seite von Mike Rother als Basis für alle Unterlagen zur Toyota KATA http://www-personal.umich.edu/~mrother/Homepage.html Die Toyo...

    Tags: Uncategorized, Mike Rother, Toyota Kata

    Last updated

  • Content Follows Form or Acting Your Way to New Thinking

    By walking, I found out where I was goingIrving Layton Acting your way to new thinking is easier than the other way round. (Tip of the hat to my colleague Mike Rother.)That’s why Politeness is called the door to the Great Virtues – (another tip of the hat, this time to Andre Comte-...

    Tags: Andre Comte-Sponville, Getting the Right Things Done, Irving Layton, Mike Rother, PDCA cycles, Toyota

    Last updated

  • You are entering unclear territory

    This post is inspired by some pictures* in Mike Rother’s book “Toyota Kata”, very relevant in our actual changing times and complex situations. I really like the figures that remind that the journey towards a goal requires entering unclear territory at some point. Adapted fro...

    Tags: leadership and change, Management, Leadership, Lean transformation, metaphor, Mike Rother, Toyota Kata, VUCA

    Last updated

  • Katacon Europe 2018

    Many months ago I was approached by the European Katacon organizers to help setting up the 2018 conference. Katacon is about kata, the Toyota Kata revealed to the mass by Mike Rother in the book… Toyota Kata. It’s about patterns of thinking and behaviour to improve and solve problems...

    Tags: Lean Management, Mike Rother, Toyota Kata

    Last updated

  • What organizations are using Kata?

    When it comes to a healthy workplace, it is safe to say that organization and careful planning are two of the key factors that go into making sure the business is set up for success. If there is no organization, things start to fall through, communication breaks down, and before you know it, ever...

    Tags: Business, Leadership, Lean Manufacturing, Respect for People, kata, lean six sigma, mike rother, shmula blog, toyota, toyota kata

    Last updated

  • The Kata Practice for simpler, leaner products through scientific thinking

    As much as feedback is at the essence of agile product development, we often fall into the trap of Build-Build-Build and Do-Do-Do and do not seek out customer feedback. The scientific thinking of setting learning goals and defining experiments to test our assumptions is not a born quality of our ...

    Tags: Employee Engagement Exercises, coaching kata, employee engagement exercises, improvement kata, kata, kata practice, kata to grow, KataCon3, mike rother

    Last updated

Refine the results