8D Problem Solving : D2 Phase (Describing the Problem)

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8D Problem Solving : D2 Phase (Describing the Problem)
sirelkhatim ibrahim nugud, Coach, Sudan

When we are searching for the problem root cause, as far as I know from previous knowledge, we should avoid asking: who?
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