Toyota Kata in the Classroom – PCB Lean Forum

A simple exercise to teach scientific thinking developed by best-selling author Mike Rother

Kata in the classroom (KiC) is a 50 minute hands on exercise with three minute rounds that involve assembling a small puzzle. The team follow the improvement Kata pattern to establish a goal and then experiment from round to round. Develop skills around scientific and creative thinking, collaboration and communication.

“The practice routines of the Improvement Kata and Coaching Kata will make you, your team and your organization better at improving, adapting, innovating and achieving whatever you set out to do.” Mike Rother

Join us for a fun and practical session at the next PCB Lean Forum.

Facilitator: Manager

Grant Davis

Manager, Training Leadership Consulting (TLC)

DATE:  8 November 2016

TIME:  17:00 pm

 

VENUE:  Chamber House, Royal Showgrounds, Pietermaritzburg

TO BOOK: Email info@pcb.org.za Tel: 033 345 2747

 About the speaker:

Grant is a Manager at TLC and a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt.  He has worked in multiple industries around South Africa, and has gained valuable experience in assisting numerous companies and leaders in their business improvement journey. Industry Experience: Petroleum, Logistics, Manufacturing, Telecommunications and Insurance

 

About Training Leadership Consulting

Training Leadership Consulting (TLC) is a leading Business Improvement Service Provider. Founded in 2001, TLC provides Training and Management Consulting services focused on Process Management and Performance Improvement. Your company will benefit from TLC's years of International and local experience in Change Management, Process, Lean and Six Sigma.
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