Using the 5 Whys in 8D

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Using the 5 Whys in 8D
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8D Problem Solving
ARAVIND, Project Manager, India, Member
It is good to use 8D for problem solving. It resembles to DMAIC cycle used in six sigma. In fact DMAIC is very powerful way to solve problem compared to 8D.
 

 
8D and 5Ws
Jay Watson, CxO / Board, United States, Member
Yes, there is a 5Ws opportunity. The 8D process is not limited to one form of identification. You may use any method appropriate to the situation, your level of comfort, and any other constraints (including regulatory). The same way you can employ any solution path, including DMAIC.
 

 
5 Why in 8 Disciplines
Pam Brady, CEO, United States, Member
5 why is utilized in D4 stage.
 

 
Wht the 5 Whys Should Be Utilised
Sean . Lally, Manager, United Kingdom, Member
A fishbone will not give you the ulitimate root cause of a problem, rather through consensus of the team 'most probable' causes will be identified. Once these are identified a 5 Why should take place until the TRUE root cause is identified, and then a solution can be sought and verified.
 

   

         
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