Collaborative Problem Solving
About Collaborative Problem Solving
There are many problem-solving techniques we use in industries for solving problems. In the conventional/traditional approach, we take countermeasures immediately when we see the symptoms through our experience, intuition, nerve and inspiration. QC problem-solving approach calls for the analysis of the root causes to implement countermeasures which are institutionalized for sustenance and preventing a recurrence.
In essence, it has a funnel of the upper stage of grasping the situation by defining the problems clearly and the second stage of cause investigation using QC tools. The tools vary from Quality circle methodology, 7 basic QC tools, QFD, DMAIC, Six Sigma, Shainin, A3 and so on.
Collaborative problem-solving in a simple way uses CEDAC process (Extensively used by Dr Ryuji Fukuda) with simple brainstorming by a group of individuals affected by the problem, working together to analyse the causes using Cause & Effect technique and Why Why analysis to find root causes.
Collaborative problem solving thus unleashes the creative potential of the persons involved (Remember the 8th waste of ‘Non-utilization of Human potential ’by Toyota). The simple CEDAC (Cause and Effect Diagram with Addition of Cards) process helps in improving the involvement and knowledge of finding root causes for solving problems. People in the Gemba solve their problems using Genjitsu (Real Facts) to do Gensoku (Logical decision based on Facts).
Training Program Contents
Brain Storming & 7 Basic Tools
Understanding ‘Cause & Effect’ -Root Cause Analysis
Why Collaborative Problem solving approach?
‘CEDAC’ as Collaborative Problem Solving- 8 Steps of Continuous Improvement process
Implementation of SEDAC- Using Analysis Card With Why? Why?
Videos on Why Why Analysis
Senior Consultant & Corporate Trainer
21st Feb 2019 09:30-17:30 Curie Hall, Suzlon One Earth Campus
S.V.Subramaniam is a widely recognized corporate trainer who has implemented 5S, Visual management and Lean Management across multiple industries and enabled business transformations.
He is successful in implementing process improvements through Lean management to reduce waste and improve operational efficiency.
He is a successful motivator in all employee involvement activities. He has wide experience in implementing & Improving QMS, Quality Circle and KAIZEN™ Circles. He is having diversified experience in FMCG, Auto components industries.
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