STRUCTURED PROBLEM SOLVING
BE PREPARED WHEN PROBLEMS OCCUR.
Here is where your improved collaboration pays off. When an unplanned deviation occurs, you can react quickly and gather a specialized problem-solving team from across your board that will implement the correct countermeasures to get you back on track.
The Pareto principle, states that 80% of the results are achieved with 20% of the total effort. The remaining 20% of the results require the quantitatively most work with 80% of the total effort.
Easily visualize the deviation categories sorted in descending order by frequency or duration and prioritize your counter measures accordingly.
PROBLEM SOLVING METHODS
Create a problem-solving team by selecting the appropriate, specialized personnel from across the board. Then designate binding tasks to solve prioritized deviations sustainably with the help of the appropriate structured problem-solving method, such as a simple PDCA for error elimination or an A3-report.
WELL ORGANIZED COUNTER MEASURES
Maintain an overview of all ongoing measures by quickly and easily filtering them by due date or cascade view. All successfully completed countermeasures can still be accessed at any time through an audit-compliant global database.
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