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A Step-by-Step Guide to Selecting the Right Tools for Root Cause Analysis (MFGN63R)

Presented by: Duke Okes, FASQ, CMQ/OE
 
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Pre Recorded Webinar
60 minutes
  •  Tue, November 1, 2016
Event Description
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5 Top Tools for Root Cause Analysis (RCA)

Root cause analysis (RCA) is used by organizations to respond to both critical incidents (e.g., accidents, major breaches or outages) and repetitive problems (complaints, errors, audit nonconformities). The intent is to identify systemic causes that if removed, will prevent reoccurrence of the issue.  However, evidence indicates that such efforts fail to achieve the expected results.Much of this can be attributed to the widespread use of what Daniel Kahneman calls System 1 thinking, instead of a more robust analysis based on a rational search.

This presentation by expert speaker Duke Okes will demonstrate how the use of System 2 thinking, combined with the right visual tools, can significantly increase the effectiveness of problem diagnosis. While the use of heuristics can often quickly identify the immediate cause for a problem, systemic causes are less likely to be as easy to find.  The use of a structured approach to problem diagnosis, supported by visual tools that free up our brains for more powerful analytical thinking, can not only yield better results, but also support better decision making in other areas.

Session Highlights:

  • What are the differences between incident and repetitive problem analysis
  • How to document the sequence/process where the failure occurred
  • Five tools for identifying possible causes
  • Visual and mathematical tools for evaluating the causes
  • A 10-step problem solving guide that provides more depth for the diagnostic steps than other models
  • Includes tables for helping select which tools to use for problem selection, possible cause identification, and data analysis
  • Why human error should never be considered the root cause

Who Should Attend

  • Anyone involved in reacting to incidents or problems in order to prevent recurrence.
  • Applicable for quality, environmental, safety, technology, business process, compliance, and many other types of situations where corrective action is desired.
About Our Speaker(s)

Duke Okes | Root Cause Analysis SpeakerDuke Okes FASQ, CMQ/OE
Duke Okes has consulted with organizations for over 30 years, primarily in the areas of implementation of quality management principles, systems and techniques. He holds degrees in technology, business and education and is a graduate of a program for Organization and Human Resource Development and the International Pro... More info

 
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