Five Guidelines on Effective 5 Why Analysis

Five Guidelines on Effective 5 Why Analysis

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Asking why 5 times: “the 5 Whys”, is a simple but powerful tool to use with any problem solving activity. It’s a technique to help you get past the symptoms of a problem, and to find its root causes. Simply ask the question “why” up to five times. 

Sakichi Toyoda, one of the fathers of the Japanese industrial revolution, developed the technique in the 1930s. He was an industrialist, inventor and founder of Toyota Industries. His method became popular in the 1970s, and Toyota still uses it...

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By: Tim McMahon
Posted: June 11, 2018, 10:00 am

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