Why Pareto Analysis is Not Sufficient

 
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Why Pareto Analysis is Not Sufficient

Abstract

Adam and Fred discussing how Pareto analysis can be a good guide for failure mode analysis but is only a start for the process.

Key Points

Join Adam and Fred as they discuss how Pareto analysis can be a good guide for failure mode analysis but is only a start for the process.
Topics include:

  • A Pareto analysis can be very misleading because failure category is typically based on a first glance analysis. A closer root cause analysis can significantly change the distribution of failure type.
  • “No fault found” and “Quality defect” are two common “bucket” categories that can be very misleading.
  • Communication is key. Make sure the audience who is receiving this input understands how the information was derived from the data.

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Show Notes

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