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Difficult to realize your current Knowledge Threshold
With additional neuroscience research on skill development, Rother communicates at the core of his book, that a Meta-habit can be formed with a structured, spaced routine….ie a “kata” for improvement and for coaching using the 5 TK Questions as a starting structure.
A Lean Conclusion
If we only periodically conduct training events or only episodically work on
improvement – and the rest of the time it’s business as usual – then according
to neuroscience what we’re actually practicing is business as usual
If we want a Lean revolution, then we need to
shift emphasis from CI staff-led, episodic
improvement efforts, to daily efforts led by
To make this shift, we must take a slice of each
day and focus on practicing coached,
WHAT ARE KATA?
They're practice routines. Kata are structured routines to
practice deliberately, especially at the beginning, so their
pattern becomes a Meta-habit and leaves you with new
• Are for learning fundamentals to
• Are a way of transferring skills and
developing shared abilities and
mindset in a team or organization.
By Mike Rother
Ca y u rea t is?
WE NEED THIS META-COGNITIVE MECHANISM
TO GET THROUGH THE DAY
But it also causes some problems
IUMRING TQ GQNGIUSIQNS
We don't notice the Knowledge
Threshold because our brain
automatically fills in the blanks
How are your skills?
OUR BRAIN FILLS
IN THE BLANKS
WHY WE GO THROUGH
What We Know About How People Learn
Also available on the IK/CK YouTube Channel
DEVELOPING A META HABIT * THROUGH
The pattern of the improvement kata
is what you're teaching
. . . . . .
. . . . . .Current
5Q 5Q 5Q 5Q
5Q 5Q 5Q
that the learner
works on are
The pattern of
the same and
* (A way of thinking)
The Improvement Kata provides the form,
the gemba provides the content