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Root Cause Analysis Course - 5 Whys and Fishbone Diagram
This course covers the following topics: Objectives Root Cause Definitions Benefits Root Cause Process Summary Corrective Actions Problem Solving Process (8 Steps, 5 Why's, Fishbone) Example 1 – Manufacturing Example 2 – Transactional Hints about RCA You can download the powerpoint slides, change the logo, and use the slides in your company. http://www.biz-pi.com/product/root-cause-analysis-course/
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Six Sigma: Root Cause Analysis Examples
Examples showing how to apply various tools to perform a Root Cause Analysis. You can get products to help yourself with similar root cause analysis problems at http://bit.ly/2jyMt3C. ----- Links: PMG Results Website: https://www.pmgresults.com/ Have a Question? https://www.pmgresutls.com/contact/ QuikSigma Software Perpetual Licencse: http://bit.ly/2mxagk2 Basic Green Belt Certification: http://bit.ly/2mx5Ycw Advanced Green Belt Certification: http://bit.ly/2nhg8Os Black Belt Certification: http://bit.ly/2mV6Z0z ----- Basic Principles of Root Cause Analysis 00:13 Five whys 00:51 Variation Breakdown/Thought Map 1:52 Pareto Charts 4:02 Process Map, Cause and Effect Matrix, FMEA 4:25 Process Behavior Charts (Control Charts, I-MR Charts) 5:25 Data Mining, Exploratory Data Analysis (EDA) 6:40
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Root Cause Analysis
Jane Taylor, EdD, discusses root cause analysis, a series of techniques which guide the user from a story to a chain of root causes underlying a well-defined problem. When used in conjunction with the Model for Improvement, it will ultimately help identify a test of change to address these causes.
How To Conduct a Root Cause Analysis of a Critical Incident
This CASE STUDY focuses on how to CONDUCT a root cause analysis, using an actual incident involving a contaminated public water supply. Learning Objectives: 1. Awareness of benefits of root cause analysis 2. Describe different root cause analysis models 3. Conduct a root cause analysis
Why-Why Analysis? - Root Cause Analysis Tool
Why-Why Analysis or which is also known as 5 Whys, is a very popular technique to identify root cause of a problem. This technique is also used in the Analyze phase of the Six Sigma DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control) methodology. By repeatedly asking the question “Why” (five is a good rule of thumb), we can peel away the layers of symptoms which can lead to the root cause of a problem. The technique is explained with examples and practical application to the industry. Watch other videos from ‘Quality HUB India’- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdDEcmELwWVr_77GpqldKmg/videos • Subscribe to my channel ‘Quality HUB India’ for getting notification. • Like, comment & Share the video with your colleague and friends Link to buy My books 1. Mistake-Proofing Simplified: An Indian Perspective: https://www.amazon.in/gp/product/8174890165/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=3638&creative=24630&creativeASIN=8174890165&linkCode=as2&tag=qhi-21 2. Management Thoughts on Quality for Every Manager: https://www.amazon.in/gp/product/B0075MCLTO/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=3638&creative=24630&creativeASIN=B0075MCLTO&linkCode=as2&tag=qhi-21 Gadgets I use and Link to buy 1. OnePlus 5 - Mobile https://www.amazon.in/gp/product/B01MXZW51M/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=3638&creative=24630&creativeASIN=B01MXZW51M&linkCode=as2&tag=qhi-21 2. HP 14-AM122TU 14-inch Laptop https://www.amazon.in/gp/product/B06ZYLLT8G/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=3638&creative=24630&creativeASIN=B06ZYLLT8G&linkCode=as2&tag=qhi-21 3. Canon EOS 700D 18MP Digital SLR Camera https://www.amazon.in/gp/product/B00VT61IKA/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=3638&creative=24630&creativeASIN=B00VT61IKA&linkCode=as2&tag=qhi-21 4. Sonia 9 Feet Light Stand LS-250 https://www.amazon.in/gp/product/B01K7SW2OQ/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=3638&creative=24630&creativeASIN=B01K7SW2OQ&linkCode=as2&tag=qhi-21 5. Sony MDR-XB450 On-Ear EXTRA BASS Headphones https://www.amazon.in/gp/product/B00NFJGUPW/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=3638&creative=24630&creativeASIN=B00NFJGUPW&linkCode=as2&tag=qhi-21 6. QHM 602 USB MINI SPEAKER https://www.amazon.in/gp/product/B00L393EXC/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=3638&creative=24630&creativeASIN=B00L393EXC&linkCode=as2&tag=qhi-21 7. Photron Tripod Stedy 400 with 4.5 Feet Pan Head https://www.amazon.in/gp/product/B00UBUMCNW/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=3638&creative=24630&creativeASIN=B00UBUMCNW&linkCode=as2&tag=qhi-21 8. Tie Clip Collar mic Lapel https://www.amazon.in/gp/product/B00ITOD6NM/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=3638&creative=24630&creativeASIN=B00ITOD6NM&linkCode=as2&tag=qhi-21 9. Hanumex Generic Green BackDrop Background 8x12 Ft for Studio Backdrop https://www.amazon.in/gp/product/B06W53TMDR/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=3638&creative=24630&creativeASIN=B06W53TMDR&linkCode=as2&tag=qhi-21 10. J 228 Mini Tripod Mount + Action Camera Holder Clip Desktop Self-Tripod For Camera https://www.amazon.in/gp/product/B072JXX9DB/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=3638&creative=24630&creativeASIN=B072JXX9DB&linkCode=as2&tag=qhi-21 11. Seagate Backup Plus Slim 1TB Portable External Hard Drive https://www.amazon.in/gp/product/B00GASLJK6/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=3638&creative=24630&creativeASIN=B00GASLJK6&linkCode=as2&tag=qhi-21 Watch other Videos from ‘Quality HUB India’ 1. Process Capability Study (Cp,Cpk, Pp & Ppk) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hBRE0uji5w 2. What is Six Sigma ?Learn Six Sigma in 30 minutes- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1oiKYydbrSw 3. Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxSBUHgb1V0&t=25s 4. Statistical Process Control (SPC) in Hindi – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WiVjjoeIrmc&t=115s 5. Measurement System Analysis (MSA) (Part 1) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGwaZeMmZS8&t=25s 6. Advanced Product Quality Planning(APQP) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FaawYoPsUYE&t=35s 7. ‘Quality Circles' - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kRp9OIANgG8&t=25s 8. What is 'Cost of Quality' and 'Cost of Poor Quality' - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IsCRylbHni0&t=25s 9. How to perfectly define a problem ? 5W and 1H approach - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JXecodDxBfs&t=55s 10. What is 'Lean Six Sigma' ? Learn the methodology with benefits. - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=86XJqf1IhQM&t=41s 11. What is KAIZEN ? 7 deadly Waste (MUDA) and benefit of KAIZEN - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TEcE-cKk1qI&t=115s 12. What is '5S' Methodology? (Hindi)- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dW8faNOX91M&t=25s 13. 7 Quality Control Tools - (Part 1) Hindi - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQ9t3zoM0NQ&t=88s 14. "KAIZEN" in HINDI- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJpbHTc3wmo&t=25s 15. 'PDCA' or 'Deming Cycle'. Plan-DO-Check-Act cycle - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kf-ax6qIPVc 16. Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OM5-3WVtd0&feature=youtu.be 17. Why-Why Analysis? - Root Cause Analysis Tool - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uxn6N6OJvwA
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How to Conduct a 5-Why - Titanic Example
A simple example of a 5-Why root cause analysis for the Titanic, learn more https://blog.thinkreliability.com/how-to-conduct-a-5-why
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5 Whys: Root Cause Analysis and Problem Solving
In this video, we explain the proper use of the Five Whys, properly defining problems, and involving all employees in problem solving. Presented by EMS Consulting Group Inc: http://www.emsstrategies.com
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Root Cause Analysis 5-Why Example
Titanic 5-Why to 9-Why Cause-and-Effect Analysis using the Cause Mapping method - learn more at https://www.thinkreliability.com/case_studies/the-sinking-of-the-titanic-cause-map/ and https://blog.thinkreliability.com/how-to-conduct-a-5-why
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What is ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS? What does ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS mean? ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS meaning - ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS definition - ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Root cause analysis (RCA) is a method of problem solving used for identifying the root causes of faults or problems. A factor is considered a root cause if removal thereof from the problem-fault-sequence prevents the final undesirable event from recurring; whereas a causal factor is one that affects an event's outcome, but is not a root cause. Though removing a causal factor can benefit an outcome, it does not prevent its recurrence with certainty. For example, imagine a fictional segment of students who received poor testing scores. After initial investigation, it was verified that students taking tests in the final period of the school day got lower scores. Further investigation revealed that late in the day, the students lacked ability to focus. Even further investigation revealed that the reason for the lack of focus was hunger. So, the root cause of the poor testing scores was hunger, remedied by moving the testing time to soon after lunch. As another example, imagine an investigation into a machine that stopped because it overloaded and the little fuse blew. Investigation shows that the machine overloaded because it had a bearing that wasn't being sufficiently lubricated. The investigation proceeds further and finds that the automatic lubrication mechanism had a pump which was not pumping sufficiently, hence the lack of lubrication. Investigation of the pump shows that it has a worn shaft. Investigation of why the shaft was worn discovers that there isn't an adequate mechanism to prevent metal scrap getting into the pump. This enabled scrap to get into the pump, and damage it. The root cause of the problem is therefore that metal scrap can contaminate the lubrication system. Fixing this problem ought to prevent the whole sequence of events recurring. Compare this with an investigation that does not find the root cause: replacing the fuse, the bearing, or the lubrication pump will probably allow the machine to go back into operation for a while. But there is a risk that the problem will simply recur, until the root cause is dealt with. Following the introduction of Kepner–Tregoe analysis—which had its origins in the highly complex arena of rocket design, development and launch—RCA arose in the 1950s as a formal study by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) in the United States. New methods of problem analysis developed by NASA included a high level assessment practice called MORT (Management Oversight Risk Tree). MORT differed from RCA by assigning causes to common classes of cause shortcomings that could be summarized into a short list. These included work practice, procedures, management, fatigue, time pressure, along with several others. For example: if an aircraft accident occurred as a result of adverse weather conditions augmented by pressure to leave on time; failure to observe weather precautions could indicate a management or training problem; and lack of appropriate weather concern might indict work practices. Because several measures (methods) may effectively address the root causes of a problem, RCA is an iterative process and a tool of continuous improvement. RCA is applied to methodically identify and correct the root causes of events, rather than to simply address the symptomatic result. Focusing correction on root causes has the goal of entirely preventing problem recurrence. Conversely, RCFA (Root Cause Failure Analysis) recognizes that complete prevention of recurrence by one corrective action is not always possible. RCA is typically used as a reactive method of identifying event(s) causes, revealing problems and solving them. Analysis is done after an event has occurred. Insights in RCA make it potentially useful as a preemptive method. In that event, RCA can be used to forecast or predict probable events even before they occur. While one follows the other, RCA is a completely separate process to incident management. Rather than one sharply defined methodology, RCA comprises many different tools, processes, and philosophies. However, several very-broadly defined approaches or "schools" can be identified by their basic approach or field of origin: safety-based, production-based, assembly-based, process-based, failure-based, and systems-based.
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WHAT'S YOUR ACTUAL PROBLEM? (Using the 5 Whys for Root Cause Analysis)
We often address and try to fix problems which are just the surface level issue. If we don't figure out the root cause and what is really making this issue take place, we will keep seeing problems arise and never get to the bottom of it. This video explains the 'five whys' technique as developed and used by Toyota in their production services. As explained in The Lean Start-Up by Eric Ries. This is a very important technique to learn for developing your trading system and to understand if your problems are coming from you as a trader, the market or your strategy. ================ JOIN US TO LEARN TO TRADE FOR FREE: http://bit.ly/DuomoInnerCircle ================ SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE TRADING VIDEOS: http://bit.ly/DuomoYouTube ================ THE DUOMO TRADING PODCAST: http://bit.ly/DuomoPodcast (Available on iTunes, Stitcher, Soundcloud and more) ================ GET OUR FULL ONLINE COURSE: http://bit.ly/DuomoCourse ================ SOCIAL LINKS: Website: http://www.duomoinitiative.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/duomoinitiative Twitter: http://twitter.com/duomoinitiative Nicholas Twitter: http://twitter.com/nikipuri Instagram: http://instagram.com/duomoinitiative Email: [email protected]
Root Cause Analysis
To find out more about how you can use root cause analysis to solve workplace problems, read our article at www.mindtools.com/root-cause Think about the last major problem you had at work. Did you take the time to discover the actual underlying cause of the problem? Or, did you implement a quick fix, and only deal with the symptoms? Root Cause Analysis is a popular process for finding the underlying cause of a problem. To learn more about how you can apply it in your workplace, watch this short video!
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The Jefferson Memorial and the 5 Whys - by Jerilyn Edginton
Ever wonder if we really got to the root of a problem? This is a video about a near miss and a simple solution!
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Root Cause Analysis: Building A Simple Cause & Effect Chart
This video will show you the basics for building a simple cause & effect chart. Root cause analysis is used when a thorough understanding of how/why an event occurred is required. The method shown applies to any type of problem.
How do I use the 5 Whys Root Cause Analysis? | K&S Quality Associates, LLC
http://www.qualityassociates.org/ 5 Whys Root Cause Analysis, ISO 9001 Root Cause analysis methodologies continue to be an issue with many organization's certification process. 5 Why Root Cause Analysis is the simplest method to ensure closure of identified non-conformances. K&S Quality Associates LLC is a consulting firm that has been assisting organizations in the U.S. with ISO9001, AS9100, R2, 14001 certification, and other ISO-based Quality and Environmental Management Systems QMS/EMS since 1997. Major service areas include the West, Mid-West and East Coast. We offer services in QMS/EMS consulting, training, internal audit service, internal auditor training, implementation and assisting organizations to achieve certification. Certification has become a method whereby customers can be assured of a supplier's ability to provide a product or service in a conforming, orderly manner. K&S Quality Associates has been accredited by the Better Business Bureau since 2009 with an A+ rating. Being a consulting group that is accredited and monitored by the BBB ensures integrity and performance in our business operations. Unlike other consulting firms, K&S has many consultants, including ISO 9001 consultants, on staff (other consulting firms are limited to one person), so whatever your project timeline may be, we have the resources to get your project done on time. Additionally all of our auditors/consultants are Lead Auditors, which means they hold the same type of credentials as the certification body (registrar) auditors that certify companies. This ensures that you get qualified consultants that know and understand what is takes to be successful. OUR FEES are unlike any other consulting firm on the market. Our pricing is set as is, and there are no additional travel, expenses, and mileage fees. Other consulting firms charge for these additional fees at the end of the project. We eliminate the guesswork and allow you to know upfront what the project will ultimately cost. Let us lend you our expertise in your ISO Certification process: -ISO 9001 -ISO 14001 -R2 -AS 9100 -ISO 13485 -ISO 27001 -ISO 17025 -TS 16949 -ISO 22000 -Training -Consulting -Quality Management Systems -Internal Audit Subscribe to our YouTube Channel! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=KSQualityAssociates Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/KS-Quality-Associates-LLC/145131642297971 Twitter: https://twitter.com/ksqa2015 LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/k&s-quality-associates-llc?trk=company_name Google+: https://plus.google.com/+QualityassociatesOrg/posts Produced by K&S Quality Associates http://youtu.be/EOlW8j8MH10 5 Whys Root Cause Analysis, ISO 9001
Root Cause Analysis Introduction
Engaging delivery of an Introduction to Root Cause Analyis
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Lucky Louie (why)
There is a problem solving method called the "why" technique (simply asking why multiple times to get to the root cause of a problem). Best practical example led to improvements at the Jefferson Memorial in DC (I wold be happy to share that with you if you are interested). This is a funny video that was shared in a recent class after the "why" technique was discussed.
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5 Whys Root Cause Analysis Problem Solving Tool--Video Training
The 5 Whys (Free 6-Page PDF at http://www.velaction.com/5-whys/ ) is one of the simplest problem solving tools used in Lean manufacturing and Lean offices. This presentation shows how to use the 5 Whys, and what to watch out for. Created and presented by Jeff Hajek of Velaction Continuous Improvement.
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Introduction to the Apollo Root Cause Analysis Methodology
Four Simple Steps to Effective Problem Solving.
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Root Cause Analysis: 8 Points to be effective.
Another great video made in collaboration with Fabrizio Cireddu. Root Cause Analysis in 8 points. www.leanmanufacturingpdf.com Here the transcript of the text: Tips&Rules Root Cause Analysis 1) Collect correct data: Who, when, where, what, why, how, how many 2) Describe process flow standard and current one (understand deviation) 3) Define potential causes: 6M analysis [Ishikawa] ( Man, Machine, Method, Material, Measurement, Mother Nature) 4) Verify which possible causes it was impacting in Gemba ( go in the real place and check personally) 5) Verify which causes were generating the issue and run for each one 5 Why to define root causes analysis 6) Minimum 3 items to answer with 5 Whys approach: why problem occur? Why was it not detect? Why did system fail? 7) Define Action plan with clear owners and timeline 8) Weekly review of action plan and monitoring results during daily KPI meeting
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Root Cause Analysis Example - Hubble Space Telescope
In April of 1990, NASA launched the Hubble Space Telescope into orbit. But in subsequent testing, images from the state of the art telescope were found to be blurry. This video examines the causes of how the error occurred as well as how the quality management system failed to catch it prior to launch.
Root Cause Analysis Example - Near Miss, Potential Fire and Explosion
This example root cause analysis examines what we determined to be a Near Miss event. On December 10, 2015 I noticed a construction worker smoking at a gas station near the active gas pumps. Nothing happened. But according to a National Fire Protection Agency report documenting 750 outside fires at service stations between 2004 and 2008, smoking materials, unclassified hot or smoldering objects, hot embers/ash, and cigarette lighters account for 43% of these fires. Includes an overview of risk assessment.
ABC of Root Cause Analysis
Hey Learning Partner! Last week we taught you about Risk-based management and how to identify threats to your processes. This week,we bring you a learning segment on "Root-Cause Analysis" which helps industries solve problems by identifying the root cause of faults or problems. Learn how asking "WHY?" a few times can help you solve problems more accurately. Click on the video to learn more! Need help on ISO consultancy? Looking for a training partner? Choose AGF! #ThinkAGF
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The 5 WHYs Technique for identifying root cause
Simple technique to apply to a situation.The curious mind approach. http://www.digbytes.com
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Root Cause Analysis - Titanic
Root Cause Analysis for the Titanic disaster. Lessons within this incident help companies reduce risk and improve reliability. There's more to it than an iceberg. http://www.thinkreliability.com
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5-Why Root Cause Analysis - Welding Robot Example
This is an example of a 5-Why Root Cause Analysis for the Welding Robot Example from the Toyota website. The conventional approach of writing 5-Whys with sentences down the page can be improved. Get a copy of the PDF showing the 5-Why, 7-Why and 17-Why Cause Maps. Click this link https://cdn2.hubspot.net/hubfs/2164270/Blog/CM-Toyota-Welding-Robot-2018.pdf This is the link to the Cause Mapping template in Excel https://offers.thinkreliability.com/root-cause-analysis-excel-template ThinkReliability website https://www.thinkreliability.com/
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Root cause analysis Example: NYC Helicopter Crash NTSB  Cause Map
This is a root cause analysis case study for the tragic helicopter crash that happened on March 11, 2018, in New York City resulting in the loss of the 5 passengers. There is a two-page summary PDF showing several 5-Whys and a 15-Why Cause Map of the details from the NTSB preliminary report. It reveals how important it is to implement lessons from past incidents to mitigate risk going forward. Download here: https://blog.thinkreliability.com/root-cause-analysis-example-new-york-city-helicopter-crash
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Root Cause Analysis From Juran
By asking why, why, why? the National Parks Service uses Root Cause Analysis to solve a chronic problem and discovers the true (and surprising) reason why this National Monument was deteriorating. The uses of this quality method are revealed in this Juran Quality Minute.
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Fishbone Diagram: Practical description with examples
In this video, I have explained 2nd Quality Control tool i.e. Fishbone diagram in very detailed. I have also explained procedure in very easy way about how to create a Fishbone diagram on Flipchart or Whiteboard, in Microsoft Excel as well as in Minitab. Everything is with steps, snapshots and examples, which will be very easy to understand. I am sure, you will liked it.
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Cause Mapping Root Cause Analysis Template - Top 3 Excel Tips
This video explains how to use the top 3 tips for building Cause Maps in the Cause Mapping Excel template. Get your root cause analysis template at https://offers.thinkreliability.com/root-cause-analysis-excel-template
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Using the "5 Why's" to ID the root cause of problems in healthcare.mov
In this portion of the presentation at the MMGMA (Michigan Medical Group Management Association) conference, Todd Sperl discusses using the "5 Why's" to identify the root cause of problems in healthcare. If we don't ask enough questions, we can come to the wrong conclusions. In one example about x-rays being delayed, the first answer lead us to believe the machine was the issue, however by asking more questions, we find the rad tech is busy answering a phone that should instead be programmed to ring to the clerk's station, which is an easy fix.
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What's the root cause to problems? The 5 Whys will reveal all! (Vooza)
More Vooza videos: http://www.vooza.com Email list: http://eepurl.com/keGTj Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/govooza Twitter: http://twitter.com/VoozaHQ This video explains how to find the human causes of technical problems. The catch: human problems can be the toughest to solve. (Vooza is a video comic strip about the startup world. New videos weekly at http://www.vooza.com)
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What is Root Cause Analysis?
Root Cause Analysis (RCA) is a problem solving method that digs into the details of an issue to get to its source(s). Cause Mapping is a simple method of root cause analysis that can be used for basic and complex problems. Learn more here https://www.thinkreliability.com/cause-mapping/what-is-root-cause-analysis/ This atricle explains some of the confusion about root cause analysis and how important it is to focus on the basics. https://blog.thinkreliability.com/what-is-root-cause-analysis
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Root Cause Analysis in Patient Safety
This lecture covers how to do root cause analysis using Bayesian networks. This video was organized by Farrokh Alemi and is part of http://openonlinecourses.com
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5 Whys - Root Cause Analysis
The 5 Whys are a simple method to analyze special and common causes of variation to find the root cause. Be a Money Belt! Free Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Training at www.lssyb.com Download 30-day trial of QI Macros for Excel http://www.qimacros.com/spc-software-for-excel/
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Root Cause Analysis
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Root Cause Analysis (RCA) using Ishikawa/Fishbone Diagrams
Root Cause Analysis finds the origin of defects and deviation so that the problem can be prevented. Be a Money Belt! Free Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Training at www.lssyb.com Download 30-day trial of QI Macros for Excel http://www.qimacros.com/spc-software-for-excel/
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This Video is all about "Root cause Analysis" by "Why Why Analysis" Tool in simple way with examples Hope You Like It. Cause & Effect Diagram https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j4JQOpJVKL0&t=3s Corrective Action & Preventive Action https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6afZ4kUbCdg Subscribe YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/AskMechnology/ Facebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/askmechnology/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/askmechnology/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/askmechnology/ KEEP LEARNING KEEP GROWING & BE TECHNICAL SUPPORT & SUBSCRIBE “ASK Mechnology”
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5 Whys Root Cause Analysis
Project Management tutorial video on how to use 5 Whys Root Cause Analysis also called The 5 Whys. 5 Whys Analyis is a technique where repeatedly questioning certain aspects of a project can be used to explore the cause and effect connection underlying a specific problem. This technique is used in order to determine the root cause of a problem or defect. Music by Tue Damskov
Fun with Lean Six Sigma I Root cause
Old Lady Needs Some Oil!
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Ishikawa Fishbone Diagram in Excel to Perform Root Cause Analysis
See new automated template in video at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1bLTc4Voepc&list=PLb-yAdVNlhL1LCsV37Vo_JIHBj0rgi_2K&index=2 Use the Ishikawa Fishbone Diagram (a.k.a. cause and effect diagram) to identify the special root causes of delay, waste, rework or cost. You can use Excel's drawing tools (View-Toolbars-Drawing) to create a fishbone diagram. This video is an example of how to use the Ishikawa Template in the QI Macros, for Excel SPC software. For more info, see: http://www.qimacros.com/fishbone-diagram-template/ Download the 30-day trial at: http://www.qimacros.com/trial/30-day Ishikawa Diagram is sometimes called the Fishbone Diagram because it looks like a fish.The head of the fish is the problem statement. There are main bones which are the main steps in your process, and then you'll have the smaller bones which is the result of your root cause analysis. The first step in completing a Fishbone Diagram is to define your problem statement. The problem statement should reflect the first bar on your Pareto Chart. In this example, we'll go look at the Pareto Chart that we started with, and we have a Pareto Chart of error codes. We'll see that the big bar on our Pareto Chart is error code E which accounted for 45% of our errors. So, we'll go back to the Ishikawa Diagram and in the problem statement, we'll show that. Then, the big bar of our Pareto Chart which is error code E accounted for 45% of the errors which was 3 times higher than what we desired. That cost for customer dissatisfaction. Once you've completed your problem statement, the next step is to label the main bones of your fish. The template defaults to materials, process, people, and machines. You can update those to reflect your own particular problem statement or you can use different steps within a process. That's what we'll do in this example. We're going to say we have a sub process for orders, and we might have another section for billing. Next we're going to document the results of our root-cause session. This is our session where we keep asking the question why? So, in this example, we might say that our orders were wrong and one of the first answers to the question why is that the order form itself is wrong. Next, we ask well why is the order form wrong? And we might get the answer, well it's missing field keeps going down to y until you get to the end of end result of that question. If you need to add more bones to your chart, just use Excel’s drawing tools. In this example, we can: • click on that arrow • hold the shift key down • click on the one below it • choose edit, copy • then edit paste and we've got a new set of bones which we can drag around to where we want to put it on our Fishbone Diagram. To add text to those, just go down to the text box, click above and let's say we might have another item where somebody didn't understand the policy, and again you can click and drag that to place it and move it. Once you've completed all of your bones, what you'll want to next do is circle the primary root causes to show where you're going to start doing your countermeasures. To circle your root causes, just go down Excel’s drawing tools and select the circle, click and drag, and then what we want to do is format that. So I've right clicked on it, I'm going to format Auto shape, and I'm going to select no fill (so that when we drag it over our words it won't cover them up). We might say that the missing fields is our primary item we're going to work on, so we'll circle that. After you've circled the root causes that you're going to work on, you're done with your Ishikawa Diagram. What you can do now is add it to the rest of your quality improvement story. To do that, we're going to go to • edit • move or copy sheet • click create a copy • then we're going to add it to the workbook (where we had our Pareto Chart) • click OK and now we've transferred our Ishikawa Diagram into the same workbook that we have our Pareto Chart. Your user can click on tabs to see your whole QI story. When you're done with your Countermeasures Matrix, you can add it to the workbook as well. That's all there is to creating an Ishikawa Diagram in QI Macros.
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Root Cause Analysis: The One Tool You Need for Safer Patient Care
Provides a history and overview of Root Cause Analysis (RCA) including how-to instructions and case studies. RCA is a multidisciplinary retrospective approach to identifying the system causes of error and putting actions in place to prevent them from happening in the future. Video includes sample RCA of medication error from 2002 that resulted in pt. death.
3 Minute Insight: The Washington Monument
Problem solving technique of asking WHY as applied to a problem with the Washington Monument in Washington DC
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Root Cause Analysis Example - Hubble Telescope
This is a root cause analysis for the "blurred images" from the Hubble back in 1990. The solutions to repair the Hubble fixed something different than "the problem." Read more and download the PDF Cause Map: https://www.thinkreliability.com/case_studies/repairing-the-hubble/
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Improving Root Cause and Corrective Action
This presentation will discuss techniques to improve root cause analysis and corrective action. Specifically, the presenter will examine the 5 Why Model, 4M Model, PDCA process and how these can be applied in the laboratory to effectively determine root cause and implement corrective actions as part of a robust quality program.
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Root Cause Analysis Example - Dale Earnhardt NASCAR
On February 18th, 2001 at approximately 5:16 PM Eastern time during the final turn of the final lap of the Daytona 500 automobile race, world-famous NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Sr. was killed when his car struck the outer barrier of the race track. This video walks through the causes of the fatality and describes solutions that were put in place to prevent future fatal injuries.
What is Root Cause Analysis?
The Essentials Elements of RCA: How to interpret RCA. Bob Lation explains how different RCA methods produce different results. He will cover how the PROACT® Method is applicable to any situation. http://www.reliability.com
Cause and Effect Analysis
Learn about CE diagrams & how they can be used to establish the root causes of problems. Click Cc button to see subtitles in English. Next, you may want to understand computer security terms at https://youtu.be/ASxswzGt41g