In summary, the following eight steps are required to solve problems simply and successfully:
Adequately and completely define the problem.
Define the fault characteristics.
Construct a concept sheet to augment a plan of attack.
Develop a plan of attack.
Collect accurate data that is relevant to the study.
Choose and use analysis tools (observations).
Use innovative analysis tools (easy-to-use comparisons).
Establish consistent work and many-level reviews.
Preliminary requirements for eradicating faults are as follows:
Agree on the specific problem definitions.
Be sure that everyone involved is able to visually inspect the fault, and ...