What you are talking about. Background Title: Recommendations

What you are talking about. Background Title: Recommendations

What you are talking about. Background Title: Recommendations Why are you talking about it? Current Situation What is your proposed countermeasure(s)? Where do we stand? Whats the problem? Goal Where we need to be? What is the specific change you want to accomplish now? Plan What activities will be required for implementation and who will be responsible for what and when? Analysis -What is the root cause(s) of the problem? - Follow - up How we will know if the actions have the impact needed? What remaining issues can be anticipated? Verble/Shook Title: What you are talking about Background Why you are talking about it. - What is the business reason for choosing this issue?

Current Conditions Where things stand today. - Whats the problem with that, with where we stand? initials Owner Proposed Countermeasure(s) Your proposal to reach the future state, the target condition. - What alternatives could be considered? - How will you choose among the options? What decision criteria? How your recommended countermeasures will impact the root cause to change the current situation and achieve the target. - What is the actual symptom that the business feels that requires action? Show visually pareto charts, graphs, drawings, maps, etc. Plan Target/Goal(s) The specific outcome required for the business. - What is the specific change you want to accomplish now.? - How will you measure success? Analysis A Gantt chart or facsimile that shows actions/outcomes, timeline and responsibilities. May include details on the specific means of implementation. - Who will do what, when and how? Indicators of performance, of progress. - How will we know if the actions have the impact needed? - What are the critical few, visual, most natural measures? The root cause(s) of the problem. - Why are we experiencing the symptom? - What constraints prevent us from the goal? Choose the simplest problem-solving tool for this issue: - Five whys - Fishbone - QC Tools - SPC, Six Sigma, Shainen, Kepner Traego, others Followup

Remaining issues that can be anticipated. - Any failure modes to watch out for? Any unintended consequences? Ensure ongoing P-D-C-A. Yokoten as needed. Name: Coach: Title Reason for choosing issue: Brief One or two bullets Current Conditions Summary Visual Map? Pareto? Analysis Visual Charts QC Tools Fishbone 5 Whys Countermeasure Options 1) ?? Problem Statement whats the actual pain/symptom being felt? Just the facts Goal/Target Condition Brief One or two bullets 2) ??? Evaluation of Options Criteria 2)

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