Root Cause Analysis
Spot risks, identify needs for improvement, create an optimal approach to problem-solving, establish logical processes and find solutions to problems with our Root Cause Analysis presentation slides. From "Fishbone Diagram" to "Five Ways Analysis" this deck has all the essential slides to help you get to the root of any problem.
Use this slide to define the problem, collect data, identify issues, mistakes and factors that led to it, determine root causes, point out suggestions for removing or reducing the reoccurrence of problems and implement the optimal solutions.
"Fishbone Diagram," also known as "Ishikawa Diagram," is a cause-and-effect diagram used to trace the causes for malfunctions, defects or failures. "Fishbone Diagram" is a great tool to employ when your team feels stuck.
With this slide, utilize the voice of your customers to elaborate on the "why" behind the "what" of your analytics and tailor your strategies to their demands. Access extra segmentation capabilities to better understand customers behavior.
Utilize the "Five Whys Analysis" to get to the bottom of the problem speedily. Originating from the Toyota Production System, the "Five Whys Analysis" tactic examines a problem and asks "why" and "what caused it" to draw conclusions.
According to the Washington State Department of Enterprise Services, "Root cause analysis (RCA) is a systematic process for identifying 'root causes' of problems or events and an approach for responding to them. RCA is based on the basic idea that effective management requires more than merely 'putting out fires' for problems that develop, but finding a way to prevent them."
Root Cause Analysis presentations are used to identify problems and come up with preventive actions in a timely manner. Some of the common uses of RCA include major accidents, day-to-day incidents, minor "close calls," human errors, maintenance, productivity and environmental issues, manufacturing malfunctions, risk analysis and road-mapping.
U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
(FDA) recognizes RCA as the most vital component of food safety. The organization had recently released a blueprint outlining its goals on the way to bettering food safety and fighting frequent disease outbreaks. The blueprint, "New Era of Smarter Food Safety," highlights the importance of RCA in creating more efficient systems to reduce potential risks and problems.
"Findings of root cause analyses can be an important step in helping industry modify practices to avoid identified risks and can provide more robust data for predictive analytics" that help detect potentially unsafe products, the agency said. Regular use of RCAs can help instill strong food safety cultures in businesses under FDA oversight," the document states.
Virgin Atlantic Airways (VAA)
Intelex's Root Cause Analysis software helped VAA to develop a system that would present a single view of each incident report and record varying incident data, where each department could manage its own types of incidents, such as Air Safety Report, Ground Handling Report, Flight Quality Report and so on.
Intelex Senior Project Manager, Kulbir Bal said on the subject: "The airline's Incident Reporting Management and Analysis System (IRMA) called for a merging of data and processes. Active participation from the company's business leads was instrumental in meeting VAA's needs and constructing an intuitive interface."
As a result of Intelex and VAA's productive cooperation, the "Risk Matrix" tool was created. The tool "pulls all incident data, including all estimated risks and actual incidents, and then compares the proactive analysis of risk versus the actual risk. Essentially, VAA is able to view its IRMA in a single highlighted report that provides click-through ability to specified incident types," Intelex reports.