Problem Solving

Problem Solving from CatEagle Training

By: CatEagle Training  21-09-2015
Keywords: problem solving and decision making

Engineers & scientist often encounter problems and issues with machines, equipment, customers, suppliers, back-up teams, production, top management and their subordinates. At times, they have to make decisions themselves or help their people to find a solution. Their decisions are critical to the effectiveness of managing their workplace. These 2-days program series is specially designed to suit factory current needs on identifying the best Problem Solving approach to effectively confront current problems either technical or people issues and to make good decisions under various situations. Day1 Part1 : Ichikawa diagram How how analysis 5W1H Matrix diagram Pareto analysis Process mapping Prioritize Socratic questions Categorizing Statistic Analysis Part2 6 Sigma Lean Manufacturing concept Timeline chart Yield analysis DFM Cause and Effect Day2 Part1 Fish bone Brainstorming Timeline chart Simple Project Management FMEA Control System Part2 8D Tracking Reporting Follow up Management reporting Technical Reporting

Keywords: problem solving and decision making

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