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Root Cause Analysis (RCA) has proven to give organizations certain competitive advantages.

For example, Root Cause Analysis aids in determining and identifying defect and main causes of defect. By identifying root cause, companies can find out permanent solution to it so that possibility of its future re-occurrence can be reduced or eliminated.

Root Cause Analysis also helps in developing a logical approach to solving problems. After identifying the main cause of defect, organizations can try to figure out and find out major problem-solving approaches with help of information that is already present.

Similarly, once a defect is determined, organizations can identify what all changes are required for software quality improvement. This means identifying current needs as well as future needs for improvement of organization and system.

Additionally, RCA helps in establishing repeatable and appropriate step-by-step processes in which one process might confirm result of another process.

More specifically, Root Cause Analysis is often involved in the analysis of activities such as:

  • Analyze Quality Control
  • Analyzing failure in maintenance
  • Analyze process of system
  • Analyze different system-based processes
  • Analyze risk and change management

Want to learn more? Tonex offers nearly three dozen courses in Root Cause Analysis Training. Some of our classes include:

Root Cause Analysis for Manufacturers (2 days)

DFMEA Training (2 days)

Brainstorming Training (2 days)

Root Cause Analysis Training for Healthcare Professionals (3 days)

Automotive Functional Safety ISO 26262 Training Workshop (4 days)

CAPA Management Training (4 days)

Problem-Solving Training Certificate (2 days)

Root Cause Analysis Training Crash Course (4 days)

For more information, questions, comments, contact us.

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