8 Step Practical Problem Solving
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8 Step Practical Problem Solving – Skills Development Through Guided Learning
Develop your capability as you progress through the different skill levels
Click the Lean Learning Journey link to find out more about different skill levels and Guided Learning Path Development Method
Your S.M.A.R.T Learning Outcomes for 8 Step Practical Problem Solving
Review these expected outcomes for achieving skill level 2 – understanding of 8 Step Practical Problem Solving method :-
Gain a deeper understanding of applying the 8 step PDCA “thinking way” behind solving a problem PDCA (based on original Toyota Business Practice.) Gain practical experience by completing the Problem Solving A3 Learning Exercise and put your problem solving story simply onto an A3.
Evaluate your results and thinking against a defined criteria and reflect on your Problem Solving thinking way after completing each of the 8 steps “learning! & “try out” topics.
Video Teach points and learning exercise (total approx 8 hrs) are broken down into steps to enable you to do short burst learning at your convenience.
Inch wide mile deep approach to key learning points. Staged completion and confirmation questions for each 8 step to ensure PDCA. Join Lean Learning Journey forum for support.
You should try to complete A3 Learning Exercise within 1 – 2 weeks maximum. So you can then quickly move onto skill level 3 to gain experience on real problems . Instructor prompt messages keep your progress moving to aid completion.
Videos of Key Learning Points, Practical Exercises, Knack Points and Confirmation Questions will guide you through the 8 Steps to Solve a Problem Correctly!
Use the “Progress Menu” to guide you through the steps
Remember to mark complete after each learning topic & lesson, so you can track your progress
Review the whole course content and estimated timings first, you can easily track and monitor your own progress
Make a plan to cover each lesson and topic at the right pace / right time for you.
While you are Learning the 8 Steps of Practical Problem Solving
Take time and follow all the steps on the learning path
Do deep reflection about the “Thinking Way” behind each step
Ask yourself “what did you learn”