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Old 14th February 2007, 07:59 PM
Helmut Jilling

 
 
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Re: What is the difference between a 7D format and an 8D format?

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What is the difference between a 7D format and an 8D format? Or is there such a thing as a & D format? Thanks in advance.

As Cheryl said, the "7D" format drops the 8th step - it leaves congratulating the team off. It was the modified 8D form that Chrysler preferred some years back.

PS: The 5 step GM form is similar as well. It combines several of the action steps into one field.

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