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Toyota Kata is about using scientific thinking methods to get to your ultimate going in small, achievable steps (scientists call them experiments!) after each test it’s time to review, then figure out the next steps, but the key is that you should do it quickly and in a structured manner.
Publication of Mike Rother's book “Toyota Kata” in 2009 was the beginning of a different way of thinking about and deploying Lean. Today many organizations have made the practice of the Improvement Kata and Coaching Kata a part of daily work. This helps organisations develop the capability of their people while simultaneously achieving challenging goals.
When you want to change something, it can be a little tricky, you keep slipping into old habits. Solving problems can also be tricky especially if your habit is to jump right into doing the fix of the big problem and assuming it’ll work 1st time. Maintaining the habit of continuous improvement, learning as you go, they can be really tricky, especially if your big fix assumption proved to be incorrect! – guess what… that’s OK!