TapRooT® TV: “Scientific Method and Root Cause Analysis”
Scientific Method and Root Cause Analysis
Here is this week’s edition of TapRooT® TV. Ken Reed and Benna Hughes discuss root cause analysis and the scientific method. Watch and learn, then read Mark Paradies’ illuminating article, “Scientific Method and Root Cause Analysis.”
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