April 23, 2018, 10:59 pm

News: Two reasons why team-based approaches to Root Cause Analysis (RCA) are more effective

 

This is the second article in a series of four where we will examine the following topics:

  • Why Root Cause Analysis (RCA) is not just 'Common Sense' 
  • Two reasons why team-based approaches to Root Cause Analysis (RCA) are more effective (this article)
  • You don’t need software to perform Root Cause Analysis – here’s why
  • Creating the organisational environment for Root Cause Analysis success

There is a school of thought, particularly among more highly qualified engineering personnel, that problem solving and Root Cause Analysis is best performed by “experts” in their fields.  This school of thought discounts the potential contribution of lesser qualified personnel in being able to identify and implement effective permanent solutions to maintenance and reliability problems.

I believe this viewpoint to be fundamentally flawed, for two main reasons.

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