Michael Lombard — 10 Lessons from Practicing Toyota Kata
Michael Lombard, a seasoned leader in healthcare performance improvement, shares 10 lessons learned from his first six months of practicing the Toyota Kata approach. Over the course of 300+ “kata-style” coaching cycles with clinical leaders from across his hospital, he has made every mistake in the book… and learned from each and every one.
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Mike Wroblewski - Visual Management: What Good Looks Like
Mark Graban - Putting the Continuous Back Into Continuous Improvement
Mark Graban - Using SPC to Make Better Management Decisions
Mike Wroblewski - A Day in the Life of a Lean Supervisor
Dan Markovitz - A Factory of One
Bob Emiliani - A Leader's Role in Lean Success
Mark Hamel - Kaizen: From System to Principle Driven
Bob Emiliani - Lean for Higher Education
Mike Micklewright - The Relationship Between Dr. Deming's and Toyota Way's Principles
Mark Graban & Gregory Jacobson - A Doctor's Perspective on Kaizen in Healthcare
Matthew May - The Laws of Subtraction
Mark Graban - Stories of the Eight Types of Waste in Healthcare
Mark Graban and Gregory Jacobson - Leadership Behaviors
Steve Kane - Accountability Through Visual Management
Michael Lombard - 10 Lessons from Practicing Toyota Kata
Next VideoKaren Martin - Value Stream Mapping: From Tool to Management Practice
Matthew May - The Lean Learning Loop Canvas
Mark Graban and Gregory Jacobson - Congratulations! You Have Lots of Employee Ideas! Now What?
Matthew May - The Play-To-Win Strategy Formulation Canvas
Steven Kane - Employee Engagement Through Autonomous Teams
Robert Hafey - Lean Safety: The Safe Path to Lean
Richard Sheridan - Build a Workplace People Love by Adding Joy
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Next Video Karen Martin — Value Stream Mapping: From Tool to Management Practice
Value Stream Mapping (VSM), popularized in Mike Rother and John Shook’s landmark book Learning to See, is a highly effective method for improving performance across an organization. However, VSM is commonly misunderstood, misapplied and under-utilized. Properly executed, value stream mapping is much more than an operations design tool. It also results in a more engaged and knowledgeable leadership team; surfaces hidden cultural and organizational issues; and aligns values, resources, goals and priorities.