The most frequent response to a problem is to rush to find an immediate fix. A better approach is to eliminate the root cause so the problem will never recur. Six Sigma's root cause analysis provide an effective way to accomplish this goal.
Pam Eade's insight:
I like to say "of course I'm not busy, I did it right the first time". This process ensures problems are accurately assessed and resolved in a thorough and relevant manner
"Learning" may seem boring, but it's the key to the future.
Pam Eade's insight:
My thoughts - undertaking a formal qualification should be the beginning of the learning process. My main problem with how MBA's are marketed is that they are sold as the complete knowledge base required to successfully manage a business. However actual business people know, learning and gaining knowledge in their business is an ongoing process that isn't 'complete' until they make good on your exit strategy
The cause and effect (fishbone) diagram will help you visually display the many potential causes for a problem or effect. Don't be fooled by tool rules; Kerri Simon teaches you to modify the tool for your specific project and subject matter.
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