Join the bi-annual gathering for Toyota Kata people, change makers & innovators.


There is a shift going on in the world of work. Organisations are becoming more human and joyful.

Our purpose is to accelerate this transformation by adding essential missing pieces in the main movements of worklife development:

And for our colleagues in the core community of Kata geeks? Our aim is not ‘more of the same’. You will meet people that bring new perspectives that help you level up Kata in your organisation, and a wider community of people who share the aspiration to take on new challenges.

You’re invited to connect, learn and share. We hope to meet you this spring in Berlin!

Overview

Day 1, April 29
Full day workshops

Fun and deep learning with many exercises that you can bring home to your own organisation.

Networking dinner for all participants.

>> Programme day 1

Day 2, April 30
Conference

Nigel Thurlow, Chief of Agile at Toyota Connected, and other prominent keynote speakers.

Examples from the forefront of the Kata movement.

>> Programme day 2

HIGHLIGHTS

At Katacon Europe 2020, you will hear first-hand from Nigel Thurlow, Chief of Agile at Toyota Connected, how they are taking on new challenges.

We will take several deep dives into how Kata supports Agile. Learn from concrete cases from organisations like ING Bank.

Meet Mike Rother, author of Toyota Kata, Toyota Kata Culture and Learning to See, who will share new insights from around the world on how we are learning.

Meet Tilo Schwarz and get all you need to bring a complete Coaching Dojo to your organisation, an extraordinary training approach to boost your ability to coach.

Kata at Siemens. How did they take advantage of Kata to make a success of a large in-sourcing project, where cross-functional teams self-organised towards a common goal of a new factory?

Kata at NHS, the National Health Services in England. How do they use Kata to move from a ‘Darth Vader’ to a ‘Mr Miyagi’ approach to leadership?

Kata at Volkswagen. A humble, transparent story of changing leadership and culture.

What can we learn from psychology on how to support behavioural change in a positive way? How does Kata stand the test?

Organisers

Katacon Europe is organised by Joakim Hillberg, Pia Anhede from Revere and Rikard Sjostrom from Lean Competence together with Kata colleagues from all over Europe, and with great support from Mike Rother and Tilo Schwarz.


If you have any questions, please send us an email or give us a call.

Rikard Sjostrom, Lean Competence
rikard.sjostrom@leancompetence.se, +46707952929

Pia Anhede, Revere
pia@anhede.com, +46705438048

Joakim Hillberg, Revere
joakim@hillberg.com, +46705746812