Toyota Kata by Mike Rother

I had a “slow start” when reading this book, but I find it pretty interesting if one would consider software (or more generic the entire IT spectrum) the point of view of looking at the issues and how to solve them. The book, as the name implies, is focussed on the Toyota manufacturing process, but its ideas and best-practices can be applied to mostly everything. I think this is a great book considering how to approach improvements in daily work routine, especially if we ignore its strong focus on the “Toyota way of manufacturing”.

I’ll jot down some ideas from the book, or things that looked eye-opening:

As usual, you can find the book on Amazon or Goodreads, if you’re looking for more information or a place to grab a copy.