Root Cause Analysis & the 5 Whys PowerPoint Presentation

SKU: 5WHYPPT
Root Cause Analysis & the 5 Whys PowerPoint Presentation
Root Cause Analysis & the 5 Whys PowerPoint Presentation
Root Cause Analysis & the 5 Whys PowerPoint Presentation
Root Cause Analysis & the 5 Whys PowerPoint Presentation
Root Cause Analysis & the 5 Whys PowerPoint Presentation

Root Cause Analysis & the 5 Whys PowerPoint Presentation

SKU: 5WHYPPT
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Root Cause Analysis is the art of digging down into problems to find the true source of the problem, rather than just treating symptoms. One of the simplest and most useful tools to find the root cause is The 5 Whys.

  • License Type: Corporate
  • Number of Slides: 22
  • Target Time: 45 minutes + 15 minutes for optional exercise
  • Format: PowerPoint (PPTX)
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The Root Cause Analysis and the 5 Whys class covers the following material:

1. Treating symptoms

a. Wastes resources

b. Problems recur

2. What is root cause analysis?

3. Cause and effect principle

4. Why do root cause analysis?

a. Company benefits

b. Employee benefits

5. Steps to root cause analysis

a. Identify problems

b. Prioritize symptoms

c. Choose a tool

i. Basic

a. 5 Whys

ii. Intermediate

a. Cause and effect

b. Pareto charts

c. Run charts

iii. Advanced

a. Statistics/ANOVA

d. Identify the process step

e. Prove the theory

6. The 5 Whys

a. Using the tool

b. Benefits

c. Drawbacks

7. The 5 Whys Worksheet

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