PDCA Management Cycle
Most Lean advocates think of PDCA as a 2-dimensional process focused around a single problem to be solved.
LTG takes it to the next level by applying PDCA to the learning process itself.
Understanding how to improve the learning process itself changes the perception and understanding of the problem solving process and impacts other problems across the organization to greater effect.
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Plan: Agree on a practical action plan to address the workflow problem.
Do: Implement as planned & monitor to resolve problems that arise.
Check: Reflect, as a group, on the performance of the plan, the effect of the experiment, and the learning process.
Adjust: Agree to the countermeasures to readjust the plan to achieve the intended improvement.