Poka Yoke Examples Wiki

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Martin Burns

Transformation Consultant at CA Inc (formerly Rally)
Previously: Leader of software delivery portfolios in large scale orgs.
Specialism: Transforming complex delivery organisations to be more Lean/Agile.
Mindset: Continuous Improvement Obsessive
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Great resource for examples at pokayoke.wikispaces.com Does anyone have any examples in Software (esp Web/UI design)?

Red Bead Experiment

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Martin Burns

Transformation Consultant at CA Inc (formerly Rally)
Previously: Leader of software delivery portfolios in large scale orgs.
Specialism: Transforming complex delivery organisations to be more Lean/Agile.
Mindset: Continuous Improvement Obsessive
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Classic Deming experiment that shows that all the classic management carrot/stick approaches really don’t work, compared to the constraints of the process. via youtube.com via youtube.com via youtube.com via youtube.com via youtube.com via youtube.com...

The Impact of Process Chaos

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Martin Burns

Transformation Consultant at CA Inc (formerly Rally)
Previously: Leader of software delivery portfolios in large scale orgs.
Specialism: Transforming complex delivery organisations to be more Lean/Agile.
Mindset: Continuous Improvement Obsessive
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Processes fraught with randomness and chaos tend to lead us to incorrect conclusions about what is real, what is possible and what is not. Liker & Meier – The Toyota Way Fieldbook

Find the True Problem to Get the Most Significant Results

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Martin Burns

Transformation Consultant at CA Inc (formerly Rally)
Previously: Leader of software delivery portfolios in large scale orgs.
Specialism: Transforming complex delivery organisations to be more Lean/Agile.
Mindset: Continuous Improvement Obsessive
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There’s a saying that mocks both America & Japanese styles of problem solving. The Americans say Ready, fire, aim. The Japanese say Ready, aim, aim, aim, fire. Liker & Meier, The Toyota Way Fieldbook I’m thoroughly sick of having short termist...
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