May 2017 Issue
Incorporating the five virtues of a good hypothesis will get your root cause analysis off on the right foot.
by Matthew Barsalou
Root Cause Analysis
Using the gap model, an Arizona hospital recovered from poor service quality, improved process efficiencies and boosted patient satisfaction scores.
Be strategic when error proofing devices in workflows so you get things right every single time.
Introducing marginal risk and the risk-sensitive priority number to FMEA.
ASQTV’s latest episode examines a new approach to five whys and root cause analysis, and gives a refresher on “is/is not” analysis.
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Despite some recent accidents and concerns during testing, manufacturers and companies—such as Ford, General Motors, Tesla, Alphabet and Apple—continue to move forward with self-driving vehicles.
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