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The Cause Mapping Fundamentals Workshop is a condensed version of our most popular 2-day Cause Mapping for Facilitators Workshop. This workshop can be presented onsite or online with a live instructor and is designed to cover core concepts and fundamentals of the Cause Mapping approach while building in some examples and exercises to reinforce the concepts learned. This workshop can be a valuable way to expose your employees to the Cause Mapping approach when time is limited.
You will learn how to:
Our Cause Mapping workshops will benefit anyone who wants to improve their problem-solving and problem communication skills. These skills are essential regardless of your industry or role within your organization.
All of our workshops cover the fundamentals of effective problem solving and then show you how to expand this process based on the complexity of the problems you work.
The Cause Mapping Fundamentals Workshop is a condensed version of our signature workshop and is designed to teach anyone how to more effectively solve problems.
The severity of a problem should dictate the level of analysis. For high-risk problems, a more detailed analysis will reveal a larger set of solutions across multiple work processes. More solutions = greater risk reduction.
Each workshop attendee will receive:
I have attended several training workshops over my 36+ years and this one ranks at the top. – Workshop attendee, Kuraray Vinyls
I left the workshop feeling confident that I have the tools and skillset to facilitate and participate in successful cause mapping. – Workshop attendee, Williams
This workshop will give you the tools you need to effectively build a cause map for anything ranging from an equipment failure to a safety incident, allowing you to see different points in the causal chain to apply corrective actions and prevent unwanted effects. – Workshop attendee, Solvay
I was very impressed with this workshop. I’ve attended other Root Cause Analysis training sessions with other companies in the past, and this was the most useful in terms of content, primarily due to the structure it was able to provide for critically thinking through the problem, and the communication tools it supplied. – Workshop attendee, Lonza