What are the top 10 things you need to know about applying Toyota Kata to healthcare? ⬇⬇⬇
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🔓 In this unlocked first video in our new course “Ten Lessons from Practicing Kata in Healthcare” Michael Lombard provides an overview of the kata approach as background to sharing the lessons he learned as a kata coach in the “Overview of the Toyota Kata Approach.”
This 12-video series explores that topic.
Michael Lombard, a seasoned leader in healthcare performance improvement, shares his top 10 lessons from his first six months of practicing the Toyota Kata approach. He conducted more than three hundred kata coaching cycles with clinical leaders from across his hospital. He made every mistake in the book and learned from each one. Listen to him share his stories and learn from his experiences.
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Videos included in this new course:
1. Overview of the Toyota Kata Approach
2. Lesson 10 – A PDCA Cycle is Not what I Thought it Was
3. Lesson 9 – Habits Matter
4. Lesson 8 – Measure Habit Formation
5. Lesson 7 – The Kata Approach Meets You At Your Level
6. Lesson 6 – The Kata Approach is Fractal
7. Lesson 5 – Target Condition Does Not Equal Numerical Target
8. Lesson 4 – PDCA is a Fantastic Root Cause Analysis Technique
9. Lesson 3 – Coaching is Tricky
10. Lesson 2 – Coaching Means Providing a Safe Environment to Fail
11. Lesson 1 – When in Doubt, Take a Step Forward and Reflect
12. Audience Q&A About Lessons Learned from Practicing Kata in Healthcare
WHAT IS TOYOTA KATA?
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A little about Toyota Kata…
The term “Toyota Kata” was coined by Lean expert Mike Rother in his book of the same name. The idea behind Toyota Kata is that by practicing improvement routines regularly, the process becomes second nature. Over time, you’ll begin to develop a scientific approach to thinking critically, solving problems, and making quick decisions about what comes next. “Kata” itself is a Japanese martial arts term for practice routines that develop strong, virtuous habits over time.
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