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If you can�t describe the problem, there is no problem.
Describe the Problem
Problem definition is the basis of problem solving. The definition is used during brainstorming sessions to identify potential causes. Potential causes are those most likely causes that appear on the surface to be the source of the problem. A potential cause may be the root cause but must be supported by evidence.
Part of the problem solving process is to identify the root cause of the problem and understand why it existed in the first place. Only then can a permanent solution be chosen and implemented. to make certain the problem will never surface again. The root cause is the reason the problem exists. When it is corrected or removed from the system, the problem will disappear. It is important to improve our understanding of today's technology to make possible the planning required to achieve quality and productivity breakthroughs for tomorrow and into the future.