All faults are decision faults

Continuous process improvement methods use problem analysis (root cause analysis) to identify and confirm the cause-effect relationships that lead to defects.  You cannot take effective corrective action until you understand the root cause of a process defect.

Your current process or situation is largely the result of the decisions of the past.  In a sense, all faults (process defects) can be traced back to faulty decisions.   Here are some typical decision faults:

All faults are Decision Faults

Each fault has been mapped to the step/capability within the Decision Driven® methods engine that has been designed to prevent it.  Proactive and effective decision management practices are the cure for decision defects!  High quality decisions are the cure for everything else!

Avoid costly defects; practice proactive and effective decision management practices using the simple yet powerful tools within the Decision Driven® Solutions Framework (DDSF). Please contact the Decision Driven® Solutions team at trial@decisiondriven.com or solutions@decisiondriven.com to start your free trial of DDSF.

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