Do you find yourself acting as the primary problem solver on your team?
Do you wish you could get more people on the team to be effective problem solvers?
The reality is, as Lean practitioners and leaders, we can't do all of the problem raising and problem solving ourselves.
We need to develop the problem-solving skills of the entire team.
You've tried teaching PDSA or your problem-solving methdology of choice.You've tried using systems - Gemba Walks or A3s or Daily Meetings or Kata or 2-Second Improvement Videos - to spread problem solving to the whole team.
You've had some results you're proud of.
But you know there is still a piece missing - that critical link that makes this work easier and generates sustainable results for the organization.