Kata Calendar

Lean Kata training
Oct 1-2, 2018 in Gothenburg, Sweden
Language: Swedish
By: Lean Competence


Half-day Kata workshop at the Lean Healthcare Transformation Summit Europe
Oct 8-10, 2018 in Amsterdam, Netherlands
Language: English and French
By: Catalysis, Lean and Learn, Lidz, Shingo Institute


Toyota Kata puzzle experience workshop at the International Lean Digital Summit
Oct 18-19, 2018 in Lisbon, Portugal
Language: English
By: The Lean Global Network, The Lean Academy Portugal, Institut Lean France


Certified Kata Expert
Oct 24-25 and Dec 5-6, 2018 in Herrieden, Germany
Language: German
By: CETPM at Ansbach University of Applied Sciences


How to get Continuous Improvement in your Culture and DNA?
Oct 25-26, 2018 in Apeldorn, Netherlands
Language: English
By: Lean Leadership


How to get Continuous Improvement in your Culture and DNA?
Nov 1-2, 2018 in Cambridge, United Kingdom
Language: English
By: Lean Leadership


Your improvement potential is much bigger than you think – establishing a culture of true directed continuous improvement with Toyota Kata
Nov 5-6, 2018 in Copenhagen, Denmark
Language: English
By: Jesper Boeg/Lean Kanban Central Europe


Your potential is much bigger than you think – true continuous improvement with Toyota Kata!
Nov 21, 2018 in Copenhagen, Denmark
Language: English
By: GOTO Copenhagen


Toyota Kata: Putting your Improvement efforts on steroids
Nov 23, 2018 in Copenhagen, Denmark
Language: English
By: GOTO Copenhagen


Kata Convention
Nov 28-29 2018 in Leipzig, Germany
Language: German
By: The Kata School Germany, CETPM at Ansbach University of Applied Sciences


>> Publish your Kata activity here.

Updates from around the world

Email your news, photos, articles and we’ll post them here


Professor Christoph Roser on Kata: True skill comes only from practice

On his well-known blog AllAboutLean.com, professor Christoph Roser has posted his reflections on Kata.

September 11, 2018


Storyboard technique for tracking current condition evolution

Are you following Mike Rother on Twitter? Today he shared a Toyota Kata storyboard technique for tracking current condition evolution as learners conduct experiments, which he picked up from Dwaine Raper.

September 9, 2018

Speak the language of your team

When you practice Toyota Kata it's more important to internalize the scientific thinking pattern than some particular terminology!

In this article, Dan Markowitz tells the story of making a simplification to the learner storyboard headings, to help make Toyota Kata easier to understand.

>> Speaking the language of your team

September 7, 2018

Give feedback on Jesper Boegs upcoming book

Jesper Boeg has worked with Kata in various settings during the last six years. He has been in charge of scaling Kata to all teams and organizational levels at a 700 people finance/IT company in Denmark.

Now he is putting together his learnings into a book with focus on Starter Kata for Agile organizations with many concrete examples.

>> Would you be interested in reviewing the first chapters or the whole book?

August 29, 2018

Catalysis shares inspiration for Kata in healtchare

If you are working in the healthcare sector, you might be familiar with Catalysis. The organisation was founded 2008 by ThedaCare, the Wisconsin-based health system that has been considered by many as one of the best examples of Lean healthcare in the world.

In a recent white paper on Kata in healthcare, they share several inspiring examples. Among them is a healthcare system with 22 hospitals, where directors and CEOs start off as learners and practice that role every day for 8-10 weeks before they move on as coaches.

>> Download the article here

August 28, 2018

An approach to becoming agile in a dynamic world

Mike Rother and Mark Rosenthal wrote a new article called, “An Approach to Becoming Agile in a Dynamic World.”

They propose that developing a scientific way of thinking among the members of a team may be a prerequisite for effectively increasing empowerment and leading to a more Agile organization.

They're skills that prepare teams for more independent but strategically-aligned decision making, and prepare managers to function more as coaches.

>> To learn more read the article here

August 23, 2018

The first Kata workshop in Turkey?

Good news from Turkey: What we think must be the first Kata workshop in the country has been carried out. Altuğ B. Altıntaş was part of running a Kata in Classroom workshop at Turkcell, one of the biggest telecom companies in Turkey.

August 20, 2018

Kata as an approach to becoming agile

You may have noticed more and more talk about Agile. In an article published by AME, Mike Rother and Mark Rosenthal presents how the key elements in Kata can be used by anyone who wants to adopt an Agile approach.

>> Kata as an approach to becoming agile

July 17, 2018

How to think scientifically

In a recent episode of Gemba Academy's podcast, Ron Pereira talks with Stephen Derksen from Barkman Concrete about how they got started with Kata and how Kata changed the leadership style to building scientific thinking through coaching.

If you want to jump directly to the Kata stuff, you can start 12 minutes into the episode. How have they made Kata a part of daily management? And how are they working with skill aquisition?

>> How to think scientifically

July 6, 2018

What is the science in Lean?

The practise of Lean has rarely been scientific, characterized more by a (false) sense of certainty about what it is and how to do it.

Find out how to change that in a new article by Jeff Liker and Mike Rother.

July 2, 2018

Kata in Classroom with a global management team

Have you played the puzzle exercise and reached the challenge of 15 seconds?

Last week we did this exercise with nine site directors and nine production managers from a global medtech company. They are all driving a transformation at their sites based on manufacturing excellence (similar to lean) and, on their way, problem solving skills are probably the most important skill or knowledge to build. Their route is full of challenges and obstacles and scientific thinking is practised through A3 and Kata.

The puzzle exercise was a fantastic eye-opener, which provides structure and confidence to start using Kata. Just after this 1,5 hour training at least half of them started their own Kata initiatives. We will share some of the examples with you on this site after the summer.

By the way... the best team had 17 seconds at last round and reached their first target condition :)

By Joakim Hillberg and Pia Anhede

June 18, 2018

What is scientific thinking?

In the previous post, we wrote about the difference between using a scientific approach rather than utilizing the scientific method.

>> Here's a one pager by Mike Rother on scientific thinking and what it really means (pdf)

June 12, 2018

Scientific thinking for business excellence

At the first European KataCon in Amsterdam on April 18-19, 2018 one of our special guest keynotes was Professor Carl Wieman from Stanford University, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics and a former Director of the U.S. Science Education Initiative.

Professor Wieman spoke about how we learn and therefore how we should teach and train. You will find a lot of similarities if you compare what Professor Wieman said with Mike Rothers model of Starter Kata for driving improvements. First of all...

>> Continue reading

June 10, 2018

Kata in the college classroom

Richard Bergström attended the Kata in the Classroom exercise at Katacon Europe in April. Now he has trained his first group of students at a college in Varberg, Sweden.

— My next goal is to try Kata in a high school class and then to continue with the exercise for an upcoming course here at the college in Varberg, says Richard Bergström.

June 4, 2018

Kata for agile teams

If scrum is the working method for developing, Kata is the method for improving how to work. Neha Agarwal writes on Luminis blog how agile and Kata relates to each other.

>> Improvements the agile way

June 1, 2018

My first Kata Dojo

At KataCon EU in Amsterdam I was participating in a workshop called Kata Dojo with Tilo Schwarz. Tilo has a long experience with Kata and he was emphasising that it is the coach who is the real learner. Practicing Kata is highly dependent on the coaching capabilities in the organisation and we really need to train the coaches.

Therefore, Tilo has developed a powerful method and a structure to train coaches in coaching skills. During the workshop we were practising intensively in a number of exercises.

Afterwards Tilo challenged us to create our own dojos and generously shared his thinking and material to do so. And so I did!

May 25, 2018

>> Continue: My first Kata dojo...


Nobel Prize winner Carl Wieman interviewed by Jeffrey Liker

Does science have anything to say about how we learn the scientific way of thinking and learning? Professor Carl Wieman from Stanford University, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics, has directed the Science Education Initiative. The purpose was to approach learning of science as a science, and figuring out what works and why.

Watch the conversation between Professor Jeffrey Liker and Professor Wieman on how we can improve learning, using concrete methods based on solid research. The video that was first presented at Katacon Europe 2018.

May 22, 2018

Kata in the classroom—interview with Constantin May

Constantin May

For our German-speaking Kata colleagues, heres a link to an excellent 30-minute interview with Professor Constantin May at Ansbach University of Applied Sciences, on the subject of practicing scientific thinking with the Kata in the Classroom exercise.

>> Kata in der Schule

May 18, 2018

Reflections from Katacon Europe 2018

Key Learning Part 1: The basic Kata idea
Graham Ross from University of Strathclyde

Key Learning Part 2: The Kata dojo
Graham Ross from University of Strathclyde

May 14, 2018

Running the Kata in the Classroom exercise with kids

Here is an inspiring example: Alina Muresan attended the Kata in the Classroom exercise at Katacon Europe. Just a week later she ran her first exercise with kids. The coming week she will continue with teachers.

Alina’s example illustrates an important lesson: If you want to build on what you learn when you first experience Kata in the Classroom exercise, you should plan to run the exercise with your team the following days or week.

May 13, 2018

Do you want to share your latest lessons learned or quick reflections?


Still reading?

You may want to check out how to get started with your own Kata activity:

Kata in the classroom
Kata in the Classroom

The Improvement Kata exercise (also called “Kata in the Classroom”) is a fun, hands-on way to introduce the four steps of the Improvement Kata. It takes only an hour and is used by educators and companies worldwide.

Kata Practitioner Days
Kata Practitioner Days

Simple regional forums for sharing experiences and lessons-learned from practice of the Improvement Kata and Coaching Kata. Run one in your region or organisation. We’ll be happy to support you and promote your efforts.

Get started with your team
Kata in the classroom
Kata in the Classroom

The Improvement Kata exercise (also called “Kata in the Classroom”) is a fun, hands-on way to introduce the four steps of the Improvement Kata. It takes only an hour and is used by educators and companies worldwide.


Gather Kata people in your region
Kata Practitioner Days
Kata Practitioner Days

Simple regional forums for sharing experiences and lessons-learned from practice of the Improvement Kata and Coaching Kata. Run one in your region or organisation. We’ll be happy to support you and promote your efforts.

Updates from around the world

Email your news, photos, articles and we’ll post them here


Professor Christoph Roser on Kata: True skill comes only from practice

On his well-known blog AllAboutLean.com, professor Christoph Roser has posted his reflections on Kata.

September 11, 2018


Storyboard technique for tracking current condition evolution

Are you following Mike Rother on Twitter? Today he shared a Toyota Kata storyboard technique for tracking current condition evolution as learners conduct experiments, which he picked up from Dwaine Raper.

September 9, 2018

Speak the language of your team

When you practice Toyota Kata it's more important to internalize the scientific thinking pattern than some particular terminology!

In this article, Dan Markowitz tells the story of making a simplification to the learner storyboard headings, to help make Toyota Kata easier to understand.

>> Speaking the language of your team

September 7, 2018

Give feedback on Jesper Boegs upcoming book

Jesper Boeg has worked with Kata in various settings during the last six years. He has been in charge of scaling Kata to all teams and organizational levels at a 700 people finance/IT company in Denmark.

Now he is putting together his learnings into a book with focus on Starter Kata for Agile organizations with many concrete examples.

>> Would you be interested in reviewing the first chapters or the whole book?

August 29, 2018

Catalysis shares inspiration for Kata in healtchare

If you are working in the healthcare sector, you might be familiar with Catalysis. The organisation was founded 2008 by ThedaCare, the Wisconsin-based health system that has been considered by many as one of the best examples of Lean healthcare in the world.

In a recent white paper on Kata in healthcare, they share several inspiring examples. Among them is a healthcare system with 22 hospitals, where directors and CEOs start off as learners and practice that role every day for 8-10 weeks before they move on as coaches.

>> Download the article here

August 28, 2018

An approach to becoming agile in a dynamic world

Mike Rother and Mark Rosenthal wrote a new article called, “An Approach to Becoming Agile in a Dynamic World.”

They propose that developing a scientific way of thinking among the members of a team may be a prerequisite for effectively increasing empowerment and leading to a more Agile organization.

They're skills that prepare teams for more independent but strategically-aligned decision making, and prepare managers to function more as coaches.

>> To learn more read the article here

August 23, 2018

The first Kata workshop in Turkey?

Good news from Turkey: What we think must be the first Kata workshop in the country has been carried out. Altuğ B. Altıntaş was part of running a Kata in Classroom workshop at Turkcell, one of the biggest telecom companies in Turkey.

August 20, 2018

Kata as an approach to becoming agile

You may have noticed more and more talk about Agile. In an article published by AME, Mike Rother and Mark Rosenthal presents how the key elements in Kata can be used by anyone who wants to adopt an Agile approach.

>> Kata as an approach to becoming agile

July 17, 2018

How to think scientifically

In a recent episode of Gemba Academy's podcast, Ron Pereira talks with Stephen Derksen from Barkman Concrete about how they got started with Kata and how Kata changed the leadership style to building scientific thinking through coaching.

If you want to jump directly to the Kata stuff, you can start 12 minutes into the episode. How have they made Kata a part of daily management? And how are they working with skill aquisition?

>> How to think scientifically

July 6, 2018

What is the science in Lean?

The practise of Lean has rarely been scientific, characterized more by a (false) sense of certainty about what it is and how to do it.

Find out how to change that in a new article by Jeff Liker and Mike Rother.

July 2, 2018

Kata in Classroom with a global management team

Have you played the puzzle exercise and reached the challenge of 15 seconds?

Last week we did this exercise with nine site directors and nine production managers from a global medtech company. They are all driving a transformation at their sites based on manufacturing excellence (similar to lean) and, on their way, problem solving skills are probably the most important skill or knowledge to build. Their route is full of challenges and obstacles and scientific thinking is practised through A3 and Kata.

The puzzle exercise was a fantastic eye-opener, which provides structure and confidence to start using Kata. Just after this 1,5 hour training at least half of them started their own Kata initiatives. We will share some of the examples with you on this site after the summer.

By the way... the best team had 17 seconds at last round and reached their first target condition :)

By Joakim Hillberg and Pia Anhede

June 18, 2018

What is scientific thinking?

In the previous post, we wrote about the difference between using a scientific approach rather than utilizing the scientific method.

>> Here's a one pager by Mike Rother on scientific thinking and what it really means (pdf)

June 12, 2018

Scientific thinking for business excellence

At the first European KataCon in Amsterdam on April 18-19, 2018 one of our special guest keynotes was Professor Carl Wieman from Stanford University, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics and a former Director of the U.S. Science Education Initiative.

Professor Wieman spoke about how we learn and therefore how we should teach and train. You will find a lot of similarities if you compare what Professor Wieman said with Mike Rothers model of Starter Kata for driving improvements. First of all...

>> Continue reading

June 10, 2018

Kata in the college classroom

Richard Bergström attended the Kata in the Classroom exercise at Katacon Europe in April. Now he has trained his first group of students at a college in Varberg, Sweden.

— My next goal is to try Kata in a high school class and then to continue with the exercise for an upcoming course here at the college in Varberg, says Richard Bergström.

June 4, 2018

Kata for agile teams

If scrum is the working method for developing, Kata is the method for improving how to work. Neha Agarwal writes on Luminis blog how agile and Kata relates to each other.

>> Improvements the agile way

June 1, 2018

My first Kata Dojo

At KataCon EU in Amsterdam I was participating in a workshop called Kata Dojo with Tilo Schwarz. Tilo has a long experience with Kata and he was emphasising that it is the coach who is the real learner. Practicing Kata is highly dependent on the coaching capabilities in the organisation and we really need to train the coaches.

Therefore, Tilo has developed a powerful method and a structure to train coaches in coaching skills. During the workshop we were practising intensively in a number of exercises.

Afterwards Tilo challenged us to create our own dojos and generously shared his thinking and material to do so. And so I did!

May 25, 2018

>> Continue: My first Kata dojo...


Nobel Prize winner Carl Wieman interviewed by Jeffrey Liker

Does science have anything to say about how we learn the scientific way of thinking and learning? Professor Carl Wieman from Stanford University, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics, has directed the Science Education Initiative. The purpose was to approach learning of science as a science, and figuring out what works and why.

Watch the conversation between Professor Jeffrey Liker and Professor Wieman on how we can improve learning, using concrete methods based on solid research. The video that was first presented at Katacon Europe 2018.

May 22, 2018

Kata in the classroom—interview with Constantin May

Constantin May

For our German-speaking Kata colleagues, heres a link to an excellent 30-minute interview with Professor Constantin May at Ansbach University of Applied Sciences, on the subject of practicing scientific thinking with the Kata in the Classroom exercise.

>> Kata in der Schule

May 18, 2018

Reflections from Katacon Europe 2018

Key Learning Part 1: The basic Kata idea
Graham Ross from University of Strathclyde

Key Learning Part 2: The Kata dojo
Graham Ross from University of Strathclyde

May 14, 2018

Running the Kata in the Classroom exercise with kids

Here is an inspiring example: Alina Muresan attended the Kata in the Classroom exercise at Katacon Europe. Just a week later she ran her first exercise with kids. The coming week she will continue with teachers.

Alina’s example illustrates an important lesson: If you want to build on what you learn when you first experience Kata in the Classroom exercise, you should plan to run the exercise with your team the following days or week.

May 13, 2018

Do you want to share your latest lessons learned or quick reflections?



Still reading?

You may want to check out how to get started with your own Kata activity:

Kata in the classroom
Kata in the Classroom

The Improvement Kata exercise (also called “Kata in the Classroom”) is a fun, hands-on way to introduce the four steps of the Improvement Kata. It takes only an hour and is used by educators and companies worldwide.

Kata Practitioner Days
Kata Practitioner Days

Simple regional forums for sharing experiences and lessons-learned from practice of the Improvement Kata and Coaching Kata. Run one in your region or organisation. We’ll be happy to support you and promote your efforts.

Kata Calendar

Lean Kata training
Oct 1-2, 2018 in Gothenburg, Sweden
Language: Swedish
By: Lean Competence


Half-day Kata workshop at the Lean Healthcare Transformation Summit Europe
Oct 8-10, 2018 in Amsterdam, Netherlands
Language: English and French
By: Catalysis, Lean and Learn, Lidz, Shingo Institute


Toyota Kata puzzle experience workshop at the International Lean Digital Summit
Oct 18-19, 2018 in Lisbon, Portugal
Language: English
By: The Lean Global Network, The Lean Academy Portugal, Institut Lean France


Certified Kata Expert
Oct 24-25 and Dec 5-6, 2018 in Herrieden, Germany
Language: German
By: CETPM at Ansbach University of Applied Sciences


How to get Continuous Improvement in your Culture and DNA?
Oct 25-26, 2018 in Apeldorn, Netherlands
Language: English
By: Lean Leadership


How to get Continuous Improvement in your Culture and DNA?
Nov 1-2, 2018 in Cambridge, United Kingdom
Language: English
By: Lean Leadership


Your improvement potential is much bigger than you think – establishing a culture of true directed continuous improvement with Toyota Kata
Nov 5-6, 2018 in Copenhagen, Denmark
Language: English
By: Jesper Boeg/Lean Kanban Central Europe


Your potential is much bigger than you think – true continuous improvement with Toyota Kata!
Nov 21, 2018 in Copenhagen, Denmark
Language: English
By: GOTO Copenhagen


Toyota Kata: Putting your Improvement efforts on steroids
Nov 23, 2018 in Copenhagen, Denmark
Language: English
By: GOTO Copenhagen


Kata Convention
Nov 28-29 2018 in Leipzig, Germany
Language: German
By: The Kata School Germany, CETPM at Ansbach University of Applied Sciences


>> Publish your Kata activity here.


Get started with your team
Kata in the classroom
Kata in the Classroom

The Improvement Kata exercise (also called “Kata in the Classroom”) is a fun, hands-on way to introduce the four steps of the Improvement Kata. It takes only an hour and is used by educators and companies worldwide.


Gather Kata people in your region
Kata Practitioner Days
Kata Practitioner Days

Simple regional forums for sharing experiences and lessons-learned from practice of the Improvement Kata and Coaching Kata. Run one in your region or organisation. We’ll be happy to support you and promote your efforts.

Updates from around the world

Email your news, photos, articles and we’ll post them here


Professor Christoph Roser on Kata: True skill comes only from practice

On his well-known blog AllAboutLean.com, professor Christoph Roser has posted his reflections on Kata.

September 11, 2018


Storyboard technique for tracking current condition evolution

Are you following Mike Rother on Twitter? Today he shared a Toyota Kata storyboard technique for tracking current condition evolution as learners conduct experiments, which he picked up from Dwaine Raper.

September 9, 2018

Speak the language of your team

When you practice Toyota Kata it's more important to internalize the scientific thinking pattern than some particular terminology!

In this article, Dan Markowitz tells the story of making a simplification to the learner storyboard headings, to help make Toyota Kata easier to understand.

>> Speaking the language of your team

September 7, 2018

Give feedback on Jesper Boegs upcoming book

Jesper Boeg has worked with Kata in various settings during the last six years. He has been in charge of scaling Kata to all teams and organizational levels at a 700 people finance/IT company in Denmark.

Now he is putting together his learnings into a book with focus on Starter Kata for Agile organizations with many concrete examples.

>> Would you be interested in reviewing the first chapters or the whole book?

August 29, 2018

Catalysis shares inspiration for Kata in healtchare

If you are working in the healthcare sector, you might be familiar with Catalysis. The organisation was founded 2008 by ThedaCare, the Wisconsin-based health system that has been considered by many as one of the best examples of Lean healthcare in the world.

In a recent white paper on Kata in healthcare, they share several inspiring examples. Among them is a healthcare system with 22 hospitals, where directors and CEOs start off as learners and practice that role every day for 8-10 weeks before they move on as coaches.

>> Download the article here

August 28, 2018

An approach to becoming agile in a dynamic world

Mike Rother and Mark Rosenthal wrote a new article called, “An Approach to Becoming Agile in a Dynamic World.”

They propose that developing a scientific way of thinking among the members of a team may be a prerequisite for effectively increasing empowerment and leading to a more Agile organization.

They're skills that prepare teams for more independent but strategically-aligned decision making, and prepare managers to function more as coaches.

>> To learn more read the article here

August 23, 2018

The first Kata workshop in Turkey?

Good news from Turkey: What we think must be the first Kata workshop in the country has been carried out. Altuğ B. Altıntaş was part of running a Kata in Classroom workshop at Turkcell, one of the biggest telecom companies in Turkey.

August 20, 2018

Kata as an approach to becoming agile

You may have noticed more and more talk about Agile. In an article published by AME, Mike Rother and Mark Rosenthal presents how the key elements in Kata can be used by anyone who wants to adopt an Agile approach.

>> Kata as an approach to becoming agile

July 17, 2018

How to think scientifically

In a recent episode of Gemba Academy's podcast, Ron Pereira talks with Stephen Derksen from Barkman Concrete about how they got started with Kata and how Kata changed the leadership style to building scientific thinking through coaching.

If you want to jump directly to the Kata stuff, you can start 12 minutes into the episode. How have they made Kata a part of daily management? And how are they working with skill aquisition?

>> How to think scientifically

July 6, 2018

What is the science in Lean?

The practise of Lean has rarely been scientific, characterized more by a (false) sense of certainty about what it is and how to do it.

Find out how to change that in a new article by Jeff Liker and Mike Rother.

July 2, 2018
>> Show more updates


Still reading?

You may want to check out how to get started with your own Kata activity:

Kata in the classroom
Kata in the Classroom

The Improvement Kata exercise (also called “Kata in the Classroom”) is a fun, hands-on way to introduce the four steps of the Improvement Kata. It takes only an hour and is used by educators and companies worldwide.

Kata Practitioner Days
Kata Practitioner Days

Simple regional forums for sharing experiences and lessons-learned from practice of the Improvement Kata and Coaching Kata. Run one in your region or organisation. We’ll be happy to support you and promote your efforts.

Kata Calendar

>> Publish your Kata activity here.


Lean Kata training
Oct 1-2, 2018 in Gothenburg, Sweden
Language: Swedish
By: Lean Competence


Half-day Kata workshop at the Lean Healthcare Transformation Summit Europe
Oct 8-10, 2018 in Amsterdam, Netherlands
Language: English and French
By: Catalysis, Lean and Learn, Lidz, Shingo Institute


Toyota Kata puzzle experience workshop at the International Lean Digital Summit
Oct 18-19, 2018 in Lisbon, Portugal
Language: English
By: The Lean Global Network, The Lean Academy Portugal, Institut Lean France


Certified Kata Expert
Oct 24-25 and Dec 5-6, 2018 in Herrieden, Germany
Language: German
By: CETPM at Ansbach University of Applied Sciences


How to get Continuous Improvement in your Culture and DNA?
Oct 25-26, 2018 in Apeldorn, Netherlands
Language: English
By: Lean Leadership


How to get Continuous Improvement in your Culture and DNA?
Nov 1-2, 2018 in Cambridge, United Kingdom
Language: English
By: Lean Leadership


Your improvement potential is much bigger than you think – establishing a culture of true directed continuous improvement with Toyota Kata
Nov 5-6, 2018 in Copenhagen, Denmark
Language: English
By: Jesper Boeg/Lean Kanban Central Europe


Your potential is much bigger than you think – true continuous improvement with Toyota Kata!
Nov 21, 2018 in Copenhagen, Denmark
Language: English
By: GOTO Copenhagen


Toyota Kata: Putting your Improvement efforts on steroids
Nov 23, 2018 in Copenhagen, Denmark
Language: English
By: GOTO Copenhagen


Kata Convention
Nov 28-29 2018 in Leipzig, Germany
Language: German
By: The Kata School Germany, CETPM at Ansbach University of Applied Sciences