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You searched for: Root Causes Analysis ( "ROOT" AND "CAUSES" AND "ANALYSIS")

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Root Cause Analysis for PMs: Looking Back to Go Forward

by Duke Okes
February 08, 2013 | 60:17 | Views: 711 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.15 / 5

Root cause analysis (RCA) is a logical process for discovering the underlying causes for variances. It can be applied for both single events and to identify patterns behind multiple issues over time. This webinar will present how to organize a RCA, such as who to involve, the process to follow, and how to document findings. Key tools for the analysis as well as the critical role of the project manager in establishing a learning environment will also be discussed.

When 4 = 3

from PMO Bytes posted by Wai Mun Koo on

If I tell you that 4 = 3, you probably think that I am crazy. Don't believe? Let me try to prove it to you. Assume a + ...

Cause and Effect Analysis

by Andy Jordan

If we don’t conduct the proper analysis but rather make assumptions about what is causing a problem, then we jump to our perceived solution--and more often than not we end up wasting time, money and effort on implementing the wrong solution. This article supports the presentation for Cause and Effect Analysis and provides a more detailed explanation of how the tool should be used.

HEADWAY PM Process: Diagnose Situation

Analyze variances from the project plan to determine the root causes of the variance. Consider activities that are ahead of plan, as well as those that are behind plan. Look to activities that are ahe...

5 Steps for Facilitating Team Performance Problems

by Joe Wynne

Communication problems make solving performance problems more difficult. Know when to stop a root cause analysis to identify and deal with special individual communication issues. These five tips can help.

Five Whys

Wiki

5 Whys is an iterative elicitation method used to explore cause-and-effect relationships underlying a particular problem. The primary goal of the technique is to determine the root cause of a defect or problem by repeating the question "Why?". Each answer forms the basis of the next question.

Driving Improvement with Agile and Kaizen

by Mihail Barakoski

The Kaizen framework for driving improvements is a combination of agile and lean practices used together in a systematic way so that it improves the level of employee engagement while also improving bottom-line business results.

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