A3 Problem Solving


06/10/2019 8:00 AM
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce, 410 North Michigan Avenue 9th Floor, Chicago, IL, 60611
Lean is best implemented when the people closest to the work identify and eliminate problems using a structured team process. Learn how to harness the power of A3 problem solving, an extremely simple tool, used by Toyota, to empower every employee to solve problems, using a simple model and reporting method.

In this workshop, participants will learn the A3 Process to help engage in collaborative, in-depth problem-solving. The A3 approach drives problem-solvers to address the root causes of problems which surface every day. The A3 Process can be used for almost any situation. When used properly, the chances of success improve dramatically.

Topics include:
• Symptom Approach vs. Root Causes
• Improving your Management System
• Fix the Output - 3 C's!
• Communicate
• Fix the Management System
• What is an A3?
• A3 Sections
• The A3 Report - Step by Step
• Problem Statement
• Tool Review
• 5 Ws 3 Hs
• Focusing the Problem Statement - Extent of the Problem
• Cause and Effect
• Types of Causes
• 5 Why's
• Goals and Targets
• Four Basic Components
• Purpose of Brainstorming
• Implementing Countermeasures
• Develop an Action Plan
• Implementation Plan
• Follow Up - Lessons Learned
• Close Issue
• Congratulate the Team

Who Should Attend: This workshop is for employees at all levels required to troubleshoot, make decisions and implement plans. Particularly well suited for engineering, quality, operations, manufacturing, IT, customer service, maintenance, marketing and sales.

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