Portable  Kata  
Storyboard  
 
Once  you  get  started,  
you  won’t  be  able  to  
stop.
 
 
Beth
 Carrington...
Storyboard
At
 the
 end
 of
 the
 2016
 Kata
 Summit,
 Brad
 Frank,
 Julie
 Simmons
 
and
 Mike	...
Instruc;ons
1.  Do
 not
 print
 page
 1,
 2
 and
 3.
 
2.  Print
 pages
 4
 and
 5
 on
 11x17	...
Vision  Statement:
Challenge:
Target  Condi5on
Actual  Condi5on  Now
PDCA  Cycles  Record
Obstacle  Parking  Lot
Name:
...
Vision:  
IDEAL  STATE  a  person/department/business  is  striving  
to  achieve  
Challenge:
An  objec;ve  the  learner...
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Metric: Start4Date4and4Time:
6
 
Proces...
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Metric: Start4Date4and4Time:
7
 
Outcom...
Obstacle  Parking  Lot
• 
 ________________________
 
 
• 
 ________________________
 
• 
 ________________...
9
 
©Mike
 Rother
 
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Portable kata storyboard

A portable kata storyboard. At the end of the 2016 Kata Summit, Brad Frank, Julie Simmons and Mike Rother asked a simple question: What are you striving to achieve and where are you now?They encouraged each of us to write this down and take action, determine your obstacles and PDCA your way to overcoming them. Here’s a portable Storyboard and some documents that may help you get started. Kata, kata, kata…Beth
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Published in: Self Improvement      
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Transcripts - Portable kata storyboard

  • 1. Portable  Kata   Storyboard     Once  you  get  started,   you  won’t  be  able  to   stop.     Beth  Carrington   Rev  1.0   1
  • 2. Storyboard At  the  end  of  the  2016  Kata  Summit,  Brad  Frank,  Julie  Simmons   and  Mike  Rother  asked  a  simple  quesDon:      What  are  you  striving  to  achieve  and  where  are  you  now?     They  encouraged  each  of  us  to  write  this  down  and  take  acDon,   determine  your  obstacles  and  PDCA  your  way  to  overcoming   them.    Here’s  a  portable  Storyboard  and  some  documents  that   may  help  you  get  started.       Kata,  kata,  kata…   Beth     2
  • 3. Instruc;ons 1.  Do  not  print  page  1,  2  and  3.   2.  Print  pages  4  and  5  on  11x17  as  2-­‐sided.       3.  Print    pages  6  –  9  on  8.5x11  as  1-­‐sided.     4.  Add  5Q  Coaching  Card  and   5.  Begin……       3
  • 4. Vision  Statement: Challenge: Target  Condi5on Actual  Condi5on  Now PDCA  Cycles  Record Obstacle  Parking  Lot Name: Theme: ©Mike  Rother
  • 5. Vision:   IDEAL  STATE  a  person/department/business  is  striving   to  achieve   Challenge: An  objec;ve  the  learner  is  striving  to  achieve  in  alignment   with  the  Vision   Target  Condi5on ü  Typically  1  week  –  3  months ü  Described  as  itera;ve  target   paLerns  of  ac;vity/work  that  will   be  measured  with  process  and     outcome  metrics,  in  alignment  with   Challenge. Current  Condi5on ü  Facts  and  Data  about  the  current   paLern  of  work  and  current   results  obtained  as  it  pertains  to   the  Challenge. PDCA  Cycles  Record ü  Itera;ve  steps  or  experiments  to  be   taken  to  overcome  an  obstacle Obstacles ü  List  of  obstacles  preven;ng  you   from  achieving  your  target  condi;on Name: Theme:   ü  In  the  long  term  future,  oQen  principle  based ü  Ideally  stated  as  a  desired  condi;on ü  Not  constrained  by  current  capabili;es ü  Creates  shared  aim  so  people  see  themselves  as  part  of   the  group/team ü  Must  be  relevant  to  learner,  coach,  customers,   leadership,  members  and/or  other  stakeholders ü  Vision  is  realized  through  achieving  itera;ve  Challenges ü  Time  based  typically  6  months  to  3  years ü  Concrete  objec;ve ü  Describe  what  you  are  trying  to  achieve  not  how  you   are  trying  to  achieve  it ü  Typically  metric  or  measurement  based ü  Can  be  stated  as  a  TO  –  FROM  statement ü  Mul;-­‐faceted,  e.g.  may  include  safety,  quality,   constraints,  person  challenges  or  objec;ves ü  Must  be  relevant  to  learner,  coach ü  Challenge  is  realized  through  achieving  itera;ve  Target   Condi;ons
  • 6. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Metric: Start4Date4and4Time: 6   Process  Metric
  • 7. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Metric: Start4Date4and4Time: 7   Outcome  Metric
  • 8. Obstacle  Parking  Lot •   ________________________     •   ________________________   •   ________________________   •   ________________________   •   ________________________   •   ________________________   •   ________________________   •   ________________________   •  ________________________     8
  • 9. 9   ©Mike  Rother

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