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5W - 2H Analysis
It is sometimes difficult to define the problem and sort out real differences. The first, most important step, however, it to determine that the customer complaint is fully understood.
- Who? Identity customers complaining
- What? Identity the problem adequately and accurately
- When? Timing - When did the problem start?
- Where? Location - Where is it occurring?
- Why? Identify known explanations
- How? In what mode or situation did the problem occur?
- How Many? Magnitude - Quantify the problem
To reduce the risk of making wrong decisions, consideration and analysis of potential problems in advance will provide contingency actions to maintain control and protect the customer.