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Scientific thinking is not enough

Mike Rother's work gave as a leap forward in our understanding of Toyota and Lean. It showed us that there is something invisible, beyond the tools, that is at the core of Toyota's success. After practicing with Toyota Kata for several years now it seems that there is still a missing link...

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Scientific thinking is not enough

  1. 1. Contact: David.Bogaerts@ing.com Emiel@Leanmanagement.nl KataCon Europe 2018 Leading leaders from ‘Practicing Coaching Kata’ to ‘Being the Coach’ Emiel van Est David Bogaerts 19th of April, 2018 Lean Management Teachers
  2. 2. Contact: David.Bogaerts@ing.com Emiel@Leanmanagement.nl KataCon Europe 2018 Leading leaders from ‘Practicing Coaching Kata’ to ‘Being the Coach’ Emiel van Est David Bogaerts 19th of April, 2018 Lean Management Teachers
  3. 3. Contact: David.Bogaerts@ing.com Emiel@Leanmanagement.nl KataCon Europe 2018 Leading leaders from ‘Practicing Coaching Kata’ to ‘Being the Coach’ Emiel van Est David Bogaerts 19th of April, 2018 Lean Management Teachers
  4. 4. Who are we? Emiel David Lean Management Teachers
  5. 5. Introducing David's playground
  6. 6. What do we want to share today?  Setting the scene  The missing link Scientific thinking is not enough  Searching for the missing link Context, Leadership Capabilities & Continuous Energy  Summarizing…
  7. 7. Lean Management Teachers 7 Continuous Improvement? Scientific Thinking? I just don’t have the energy... © www.leanmanagement.nl 7
  8. 8. Lean Management Teachers Continuous Improvement © www.leanmanagement.nl
  9. 9. Lean Management Teachers History of understanding © www.leanmanagement.nl Processes Results Employees Capable & Motivated Managers TOOLS SKILLS MINDSET CULTURE
  10. 10. Lean Management Teachers 10 We need a Target Condition for Culture! © www.leanmanagement.nl
  11. 11. Lean Management Teachers Continuous Improvement Culture © www.leanmanagement.nl
  12. 12. Lean Management Teachers Continuous Improvement Culture © www.leanmanagement.nl “In this booklet we have identified and defined the company’s fundamental DNA, which summarizes the unique and outstanding elements of our company culture and succes.” Fujio Cho
  13. 13. Lean Management Teachers 2 Pillars, 5 Keywords © www.leanmanagement.nl Moral Foundation The Toyota Way 2001
  14. 14. Lean Management Teachers Two Pilars © www.leanmanagement.nl Moral Foundation Continuous Improvement Respectfor People The Toyota Way 2001
  15. 15. Lean Management Teachers 5 Keywords © www.leanmanagement.nl Moral Foundation Continuous Improvement Respectfor People Challenge Kaizen Genchi Genbutsu Respect Teamwork The Toyota Way 2001
  16. 16. Lean Management Teachers Challenge © www.leanmanagement.nl Moral Foundation Continuous Improvement Respectfor People Kaizen Genchi Genbutsu Respect Teamwork The Toyota Way 2001 Challenge
  17. 17. Lean Management Teachers Challenge © www.leanmanagement.nl We form a long-term vision, meeting challenges with courage and creativity to realize our dreams.
  18. 18. Lean Management Teachers What do want to share today?  Setting the scene  The missing link Scientific thinking is not enough  Searching for the missing link Context, Leadership Capabilities & Continuous Energy  Summarizing…
  19. 19. An attempt to find the missing link …a story about context, leadership capabilities and continuous energy ?
  20. 20. The Company
  21. 21. (…to create continuous energy) Dare To Dream Big
  22. 22. Is NOT creating energy Apocalypse NOW
  23. 23. The right mental and physical context …in which people can take it on and make it happen
  24. 24. Engage in interaction …to create a shared context
  25. 25. The Physical Context The physical environment must reflect the way we want to be
  26. 26. Validated Learning A context in which doing experiments is the normal thing to do
  27. 27. Need to depend on each other Purpose, not just a Paycheck Demanding Impact We want to learn together
  28. 28. What is true leadership? I am not sure… however I think it contains the task to build the organisational context in which… …we have continuous energy because we dare to dream BIG …we know the problems we need to solve and do this by engaging in interaction and validated learning
  29. 29. …and one more thing Like the context, leadership is a responsibility of all of us
  30. 30. Adjust context Build true leadership capabilities Create continuous energy More than Scientific Thinking
  31. 31. What do we want to share today?  Setting the scene  The missing link Scientific thinking is not enough  Searching for the missing link Context, Leadership Capabilities & Continuous Energy  Summarizing…
  32. 32. Lean Management Teachers Challenge © www.leanmanagement.nl We form a long-term vision, meeting challenges with courage and creativity to realize our dreams.
  33. 33. Lean Management Teachers History of understanding © www.leanmanagement.nl Processes Results Employees Capable & Motivated Managers TOOLS SKILLS MINDSET CULTURE
  34. 34. Lean Management Teachers Next step in understanding © www.leanmanagement.nl Processes Results Employees Capable & Motivated Managers TOOLS SKILLS MINDSET CULTURE
  35. 35. Lean Management Teachers Next step in understanding © www.leanmanagement.nl Processes Results Employees Capable & Motivated Managers Leaders TOOLS SKILLS MINDSET CULTURESPIRIT
  36. 36. Lean Management Teachers Next step in understanding © www.leanmanagement.nl Processes Results Employees Capable & Motivated Managers Leaders TOOLS SKILLS MINDSET CULTURESPIRIT
  37. 37. Lean Management Teachers Thank you! © www.leanmanagement.nl 37
  38. 38. Contact: David.Bogaerts@ing.com Emiel@Leanmanagement.nl KataCon Europe 2018 Emiel van Est David Bogaerts 19th of April, 2018 Lean Management Teachers Thank you!

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