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  • Solution
    The solution phase of a problem solving method aims at eradicating the root causes that have been identified and validated during the analysis phase and thereby preventing the problem from reoccurring. In doing so this phase attempts to define, prioritize, select, implement and measure the effectiveness of a set of permanent corrective actions. These actions set a permanent basis for continuous improvement since they tackle the true root causes of the problems and not the apparent symptoms of the problem effects. 

Useful linksRootcause analysis and problem solving” by IAQG.

Sources

- “Collaborativeproblem solving within supply chains by Juan Camilo Romero Bejarano. PhD Thesis. 

    Full document available at http://ethesis.inp-toulouse.fr.

- 8D Training by Axsens bte.

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  • Special cause

    Special causes are the unusual, non-previously observed and non-quantifiable variation causes in a system. 

Sources

- 8D Training by Axsens bte.

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