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, Member
When we are searching for the problem root cause, as far as I know from previous knowledge, we should avoid asking: who?
Because the intention is not to blame people, but to fix the system....Sign up
 

 
8D and 5Why
Antonio J. Garcia, Spain, Member
If root cause is not very obvious, use the 5 whys is a good method....Sign up
 

 
8D Training
Leo Duron
For training in 8D it's always better to work on real problems from the factory floor, rather than hypothetical problems with a known resolutio...Sign up
 

 
8D Problem Solving
Robert Napoletano, Manager, United States, Member
I use the "5 Whys" at every step. Even if you think you have reached a good conclusion you should continue to ask why. At the end you need to know why...Sign up
 

 
8D's & 5Why's
John Muka, Consultant, Australia, Member
The use of 5 Why's or 8D will ultimately give you the list of key root causes to eliminate or minimise the impact of the problem.
However if you...Sign up
 

 
5Why versus 5W2H
Stefan van Emden
5 Why and 5W2H are really something totally different.
5 Why is commonly being used in root cause analysis phase.
5W2H is being used ...Sign up
 

 
5Why versus 5W2H
sirelkhatim ibrahim nugud, Coach, Sudan, Member
In the root cause analysis phase, one tool used is the cause and effect diagram.
Sometim...Sign up
 

 
5Why versus 5W2H
James Wasson
The who in the 5W2H is not: "Who caused the problem?" It's: "Who found the problem?". This is driving down exactly who found the problem...Sign up
 

 
5W versus 5W2H
Gurdeep Singh, Consultant, India, Member
In complete diagnosis and fixing of the problem in investigations one has to correlate both 5W and 5W2H as this reveals a lot about the scope of machi...Sign up
 

 
D2 Phase in 8D Problem Solving: Describe the Problem AND the Deviation
Winter, Netherlands, Member
Note that in the D2 phase, the better the problem is described AND the deviation defined, the better understanding there is to finding the (root) caus...Sign up
 

 
D2: Describe the Problem and the Deviation
Jaap de Jonge, CEO, Netherlands, Editor
Thanks for bringing up this valuable tip!
In the summary we describe D2 as:
D2: Describe the problem - Define the problem in measurable term...Sign up
 

 
 


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