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Practical Quality Engineering Resources A Scientific Approach to Determining Root Cause 2015-11-03

an introduction to an effective alternative to brainstorming to determien the causal mechanism.

  1. Bev D

    Bev D Moderator Staff Member

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    Bev D submitted a new resource:

    A Scientific Approach to Determining Root Cause - an introduction to an effective alternative to brainstorming to determien the causal mechanism.

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    Hi Bev,
    Thank you very much for sharing. This is very informative
    and additional knowledge for me in resolving a problem..
    Best regard,
    Raffy
     
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    Take a look at http://www.taproot.com, it is a very interesting methodology to analyze problems.
     
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    Thanks for the recommendation of TapRoot Qualmx. It is an excellent approach for human behavior and equipment failure investigation. It is short of analytical tools for complex physics problems for ongoing failures. (but then again the tool for physics systems doesn't work well fro human behavior). The specific strategy, tactics and tools we select must fit the Problem type.
    The 'secrets' of effective investigations apply to almost any type of investigation tho and are well worth keeping them front and center in your mind.

    I highly recommend their blog if you can't (yet) afford their training...a great start is: http://www.taproot.com/archives/24425
     

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