cause and effect analysis


A discovery process employed by an organization to identify the possible causes of a problem in order to eliminate them, thereby preventing the problem from recurring. The analysis is conducted through group interaction among different members of the organization with varying expertise that can identify possible causes from multiple organizational viewpoints. Also called fishbone analysis.
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causa mortis cause of loss form