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TRC-2020 Presentation 42:09 Minutes

by Tom Leonard, Dolco Packaging

When conditions are complex and dynamic, scientific thinking may be the best approach we currently have for navigating. Scientific thinking means knowing that any idea should be tested. It means learning to compare what you think (theory) with what actually happens (evidence), and to adjust based on what you discover from the difference. It’s a pattern of thinking that makes us better at reaching difficult goals through unpredictable territory.

The improvement kata pattern comes from research on the Toyota management system explained in Mike Rother’s book, Toyota Kata. This session will use his Kata in the classroom exercise to explain and allow attendees to practice assembling a puzzle in team environment.

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