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Improvement Kata Step 1 - Get the Direction or Challenge

Beth Carrington discusses the first step of conducting improvement kata, which is focusing on the direction of improvement methods.

  • 0:43 - Changes in lean philosophy from the 20th to the 21st century
  • 1:46 - Parallels with scientific thinking: the topic area
  • 3:10 - What are we striving to achieve?
  • 4:27 - Kata and professional science commentary

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  14. The Improvement Kata with Beth Carrington and Oscar Roche 39:54
  15. Improvement Kata Step 1 - Get the Direction or Challenge 05:17
  16. Improvement Kata Step 2 - Grasp the Current Condition 11:44
  17. Improvement Kata Step 3 - Establish the Target 14:37
  18. Improvement Kata Step 4 - Experiment Toward the Target Condition 05:31
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  23. How to Teach Coaches to Use Non-Verbal Communication 05:41
  24. Non-Verbal Communication and the Second Coach's Role 06:20
  25. Preparing the Learner's Mind During Kata Coaching 03:30
  26. How to Tell If the Learner Is Ready for the Next Target Condition 03:45
  27. The Kata Coach as Teacher, Learner, and Improver with Tilo Schwarz 10:56
  28. Kata Coaching to Develop Common Goals with Dave Seabrook 06:21
  29. Continuous Improvement and Technology with Jeff Roussel 12:41
  30. Improvement Kata and A3 Thinking with Oscar Roche 20:58
  31. Why Root Cause Analysis Is Rarely Done Well 04:01
  32. The A3 as a Method to Create a Pattern of Thinking 08:41
  33. Facts, Data, Emotions, and Testing at the Threshold of Knowledge 08:30
  34. Developing Leaders for Continuous Improvement with Mark Rosenthal 18:04