The 5 liberating whys

16 May 2018 Michael Bentein Agile & ScrumInnovation Games & GamestormingLean & KanbanWork is Play

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Some teams are struggling with re-enforcing behaviors and can’t seem to find why they can’t find the cause. If teams seem unable to reqch the goal for their iteration, it’s good to go hunting for root causes.  The 5 why’s technique was formally developed in the 1930s by Sakichi Toyoda, one of the fathers of the Japanese industrial revolution. Here is a new take in combination with Liberating Structures that addresses some of the 5 why’s criticisms.

by michaelbentein
Via Co-Learning.be

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