Should D1 and D2 Be Changed?

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Should D1 and D2 Be Changed?
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George Smith, Manager, United States, Member
  You should understand that D0, D1 and D2 all work together.
The idea is that D0 has some information of the problem, basic information customer, parts defect codes and other information especially the emergency response action (era).
D1 starts the team, get at least a champion or 1 or 2 members.
As the problem definition gets traction in D2 and more detail and interim containment, the make up of the team will change in which case you can just circle back and update the team list.
The team make up and roles are continuously monitored to make sure the correct people are part of the problem solving team as the details and can emerge.
Remember this is not really a serial process, it is a parallel/serial process.

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8D Problem Solving (Eight Disciplines)
Summary
Forum
🔥How Does One Prevent Recurrence of a Problem?
Add a D0 phase to 8D Problem Solving
Difference Between 8D and 6 Sigma? And Commonalities?
Best Practices
🥇Using the 5 Whys in 8D
🥈8D Problem Solving : D2 Phase (Describing the Problem)
🥉8D Forms and Programs
Emergency Response Action (ERA) in Global 8D D0
8D Problem Solving Examples
D6 is Redundant and Add Judgement at D5
What Is, What is Not
Is there a 9th D in 8D Problem Solving?
Why is Structured Problem Solving Taking Too Long?
Does 8D Problem Solving Work with 3rd Party?
Should D1 and D2 Be Changed?
The Key to Intelligent Solving
8D = Closed Loop Process


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