Four Rules of Approaching ANY Problem -Henrik Kjærulff - Every day we face many problems. We tend to label them as "challenges", as the word "challenge" signals that we intend to do something about it. But can you gather a set of rules that would benefit us in approaching ANY problem? I believe you can.
PETER GAA CONSULTING: WE PROVIDE RAPID PROCESS IMPROVEMENTS RESULTING IN: *Faster Delivery *Fewer Defects *Greater Output *Increased Flexibility *Lower Operating Cost Utilizing Shingo-Style Process Mapping & Multi-Kaizen Events to Improve the Factory or Office Processes
(1st-----Big Picture) WHAT'S the real problem > WHY is it a problem > WHAT should be done: When/Where/Witch/Who (2nd-----Drill Down) 5 Whys: a simple root cause analysis technique for problem solving, originated from Toyota Production System (TPS). Recommended for Improvement Teams (even Executives-CEO mixed with Operators).