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Toyota Kata: Managing People for Improvement, Adaptiveness and Superior Results

Toyota Kata: Managing People for Improvement, Adaptiveness and Superior Results

1st Edition
By Mike Rother
ISBN10: 0071635238
ISBN13: 9780071635233
Copyright: 2010

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Introduction - Transforming our Understanding of Leadership and Management

PART I: THE SITUATION

Chapter 1: What Defines a Company that Thrives Long Term?

PART II: KNOW YOURSELF

Chapter 2: How Are We Approaching Process Improvement?

Chapter 3: Philosophy and Direction

Chapter 4: Origin and Effects of Our Current Management Approach

PART III: THE IMPROVEMENT KATA: HOW TOYOTA CONTINUOUSLY IMPROVES

Chapter 5: Planning: Establishing a Target Condition

Chapter 6: Problem Solving and Adapting: Moving Toward a Target Condition

PART IV: THE COACHING KATA: HOW TOYOTA TEACHES THE IMPROVEMENT KATA

Chapter 7: Who Carries Out Process Improvement at Toyota?

Chapter 8: The Coaching Kata - Leaders as Teachers

PART V: REPLICATION: WHAT ABOUT OTHER COMPANIES?

Chapter 9: Developing Improvement Kata Behavior in Your Organization

Conclusion

Bibliography

Appendix 1: Where Do You Start With the Improvement Kata?

Appendix 2: How to Analyze a Production Process