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Root cause analysis : 

Hello friends, 
Today, We'll discuss on Root cause analysis. Hopefully, you'll understand this topic.
First of all, thanks for visiting.
Now, below topics that we are covering today. 
  • INTRODUCTION 
  • WHY DETERMINE THE ROOT CAUSE? 
  • DEFERENCE BETWEEN SYMPTOM APPROACH AND ROOT CAUSE 
  • SYMPTOM APPROACH. 

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INTRODUCTION: 

Root cause analysis is problem solving tool which is used to get the root of the problem. It has been considered as one of the most important element of problem solving in the quality management system. This is because if we are not aiming at the right target then we will never be able to eliminate the real problem which is harming the quality of a product. 

"It is the fundamental breakdown or failure of a process which, when resolved, prevents from recurrence of a problem.
For a particular product problem, Root cause is the factor that, when you fix it, the problem goes away and not come back." 

 Root cause analysis is a systematic approach to get the true root causes of our process problem. 

WHY DETERMINE THE ROOT CAUSE?

  • To prevent problem from recurring. 
  • To reduce possible injury to personal. 
  • To reduce rework and scrap. 
  • Increase competitiveness 
  • Promote happy customer and stack holders. 
  • Ultimately, reduce cost and save money. 

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SYMPTOM APPROACH  AND  ROOT  CAUSE: 


First, For you this is very important to know that,
What is symptom approach?
I am telling you very easy definition to learn and understand.

SYMPTOM APPROACH: 

If we do a poor job of identifying the root causes of our process problem, we will waste time and resources putting band aids on symptom of problem. 
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If we do not better root cause analysis and if we will do work on symptom that is the action of band aids,
Band aids means this is used on any cut and cover it.
Such like band aids are used on process problem instead of true root cause analysis.

Symptom approach vs Root cause : 





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