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     05/01/2015

   Seaching the root causes at the very origin of the problem   
    
Customer was secured, effects mitigated, protective measures remained still in place and anything else was possible! It was time to deploy a Problem Solving approach.   
  


    ‣ 25/09/2014

       https://www.linkedin.com/groups/Problem-Solving-CoP-8214006?home=&gid=8214006
    Can we treat our prototype’s dysfunctions as series production companies do?
        
Our customers are very demanding and our products are up to their requirements; Quality, cost and time have been secured! However, we have lived a major moment: Even if our product has successfully passed the final tests in our premises. the tests at the customer have been less successful …
An “opportunity” for us to implement a problem solving methodology. A team is now defined and we are embarked on a 8D method. 
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