What is Creative Root Cause Analysis? Part II

Creative Root Cause Analysis

Creative Root Cause Analysis is a user-friendly, highly effective root cause problem solving method.

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Creative Root Cause Analysis (CRCA) is a process designed to identify, analyze and solve complex problems in a team setting. It is a logical, three-phase, sequenced process (conducted in a series of six steps) that guides a team from the initial recognition that something is wrong through the creation of a detailed, tactical implementation plan to correct the situation.

3 Phases of Creative Root Cause Analysis

Any effective problem-solving process will include three distinct phases:
Phase I: Identify the Problem.
Phase II: Expose the Root Causes.
Phase III: Create The Solution(s).

6 Steps of Creative Root Cause Analysis

The 3 Phases of Creative Root Cause Analysis are conducted in 6 steps.

Step 1: The Alarm.
Step 2: The Expectation.
Step 3: The Surface Problem.
Step 4: The Root Causes.
Step 5: The Solutions.
Step 6: The Tactical Plan.

The Creative Root Cause Analysis Process

The 3 Phases divided into these 6 steps.

Phase I: Identify the Problem,
Step 1: The Alarm.
Step 2: The Expectation.
Step 3: The Surface Problem.Under Phase II: Expose the Root Causes,
Step 4: The Root Causes.

Under Phase III: Create The Solution(s)

Step 5: The Solutions.
Step 6: The Tactical Plan.

By using the  Master Facilitator Guide Vol. II Creative Root Cause Analysis, teams can be taught a non-statistical, user-friendly process for identifying and solving problems. Once teams are trained, CRCA can be used on a day-to-day basis to solve problems.

To learn more:

Read, Problem Terminators an Amazon ebook. https://www.amazon.com/Problem-Terminators-Dr-Jack-Oxenrider-ebook/dp/B00K3V2WLG/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1520600079&sr=8-1&keywords=problem+terminators

Download the Facilitators Guide https://jackoxenrider.com/products/creative-root-cause-analysis/

 

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