Standardised work as understood from the source, Mr Isao Kato.
In 2018 and 2019 groups from the TWI Institute spent time in Japan with Mr Isao Kato. Mr. Kato has entrusted the TWI Institute and its partners with the exclusive rights to extend his program so that, in his words, “…it is accessible to people outside of Japan.”
This program will provide a "unified theory" of standardised work and its relationship to TWI.
In this 4 Hour workshop you will experience:
An overview of standardised work through the lense of Mr Isao Kato.
The "why" and the "what" of the TWI skills of Job Relations, Job Instruction and Job Methods.
The first thing.....“Without Work Standards there will be no standardised work” (Mr Kato).
TWI skills being "pulled in" throughout standardisation.
Like many lean concepts we believe "standardised work" has been in some ways watered down and in other ways overcomplicated.
Through this workshop you'll see a practical logical approach which will enlighten and help you understand how "standardisation" came to be in Toyota from 1950 onward. The principles applied stand true today.
Oscar believes in 2 things that drive his endeavors in building capability. 1) people must have trust in his intent; 2) nothing is more effective and liberating than saying “I’m not sure” then learning by doing.
As Director of the Australian, New Zealand and South East Asian TWI Institute Global Partnership Oscar is mindful of these 2 things daily. He frequently quotes a manager he’s met who said “the more I know the more I realise I don’t know”. He feels that as long as he maintains that mindset he can be of service to others.
Finally, he loves Mark Rosenthal’s quote of “Teach to extend their Knowledge Threshold, not demonstrate yours.”
TWI Institute is a nonprofit organisation that resurrected the successful TWI Program in 2001 in Syracuse, NY. The institute has since created a rapidly expanding network of over 1,200 TWI Institute certified trainers who deliver the TWI program in the manufacturing, health care, construction and service industries worldwide. The TWI Institute is the global leader in TWI implementation, trainer certification and education for TWI practitioners and business leaders. The institute also delivers innovative kata programs providing a complete system for learning and putting kata into practice. www.twi-institute.com
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Thursday 21 July 2022
Time Zone: Australia
10.00am - 2.00pm AEST
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