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What is the difference between a 7D format and an 8D format?
What is the difference between a 7D format and an 8D format?
What is the difference between a 7D format and an 8D format?
What is the difference between a 7D format and an 8D format?
What is the difference between a 7D format and an 8D format?
What is the difference between a 7D format and an 8D format?
What is the difference between a 7D format and an 8D format?
What is the difference between a 7D format and an 8D format?
What is the difference between a 7D format and an 8D format?
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Old 12th July 2017, 01:16 AM
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Re: What is the difference between a 7D format and an 8D format?

This is simple- company & consultants try to make it complicated. All these 7D/8D come from Plan/do/Study/Act cycle originally given by Shewart & popularised by Deming.

The problem/improvement opportunity is always unique & these are thumb rules which is helpful in communicating the steps/questions.

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Old 12th July 2017, 09:55 AM
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Re: 7 D Format

Agreed, that why the caveat....that its origin in 1520 C is disputed...Thanks Jim
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