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You Can’t Ride My Bike - Deliberate Practice of New Routines

Stephen Derksen demonstrates the importance of deliberate practice in being successful at Toyota Kata by using an unusual mechanism -- a backwards bike.

  • 0:29 - The backwards bike example
  • 4:24 - Stephen’s experience with the bike
  • 6:48 - The bike applied to Toyota Kata
  • 8:45 - Toyota Kata defined
  • 8:49 - Adopting lessons from Toyota Kata

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