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I returned from Japan the day before, so maybe you might want to tune in to see if jetlag interferes with my ability to be coherent.
My presentation was an updated version of a talk that I delivered a few years back at the KaiNexus User Conference. It's always interesting to go back and reflect on a talk from years past, since I try to keep learning and I end up with new experiences along the way.
Some of those experiences have been taking place in Japan, where I've heard leaders talk about the need for intrinsic motivation in Kaizen, saying things like:
- Kaizen is voluntary
- We do not force Kaizen
- We are careful to not have a quota
We can do many things as leaders to encourage Kaizen, and that doesn't mean that we have to rely on quotas, incentives, or other extrinsic motivation…
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