July 10, 2019 | Susan Napier-Sewell

Have you done a midyear review? Join TapRooT® TV today to learn how

Join TapRooT® professionals today for a new TapRooT® TV video

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Make your review list from today’s discussion: TapRooT® professionals Benna Hughes and Ken Reed provide a short summary of items to review ensuring your company’s Root Cause Analysis program is where it needs to be midyear.

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The best root cause analysis leads to effective corrective actions

The TapRooT® System teaches you to be a very effective problem-solver. The System is a process with techniques to investigate, analyze, and develop corrective actions to solve problems. The TapRooT® process and tools are completely described in the TapRooT® Investigation Essentials Book Set.

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