A friend of mine sent me these pictures from his sons' elementary school. I love the introduction of problem solving through PDCA at an early age. The really remarkable thing is that this exact process can be applied to any of the problems we face at work or in our daily lives.
This reminds me of how basic and straightforward the lean approach really is. As adults we have a seemingly limitless capacity to overcomplicate even the most fundamental principles. Perhaps what we really need to do is remember the lessons from elementary school a little more often.
I don't know if this will really fix bullying, but if it creates a new generation of capable problem solvers then it will be a tremendous benefit.