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Title FMEA Minus the Pain
Author(s) Govind Ramu
Source Quality Progress
Topic Data Analysis

Performance Improvement

Abstract The sustained brainstorming and consensus building needed to rank risks and prioritize failure modes can make failure mode effects analysis (FMEA) mentally and physically exhausting. Splitting causal analysis from ranking allows teams to focus on one phase at a time and avoid the pitfalls associated with the traditional FMEA approach. This approach makes human interaction more effective and FMEA sessions more productive. A sidebar article lists the pitfalls of traditional FMEA.
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