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The 5 Whys Causality Root Cause Analysis Map is an editable free animated presentation design template that works in Google Slides and PowerPoint created in a minimalist design style and represents a 2-way process flow chart with text placeholders, square shapes, and arrows.

Root cause analysis is one of the most popular tools in the problem-solving process. The 5 Whys analysis, often known as the root cause analysis, is one of the seven fundamentals used in Six Sigma. 5 whys is a problem-solving method that explores the underlying cause-and-effect of particular problems.

The main idea of the tool is that for every effect there is a cause. Therefore, the quality problem can be considered to have several causes. However, it is also known that there are a series of reactions, which are called symptoms before the cause reaches its result. Therefore, identifying and solving the problem at its source will benefit management. In daily work, any team faces obstacles. However, using the five causes will help you find the root cause of any problem and will protect the process from repeated errors and failures.

The 5 Whys method was originally developed in the 1930s by Sakichi Toyoda, the founder of Toyota Industries. This method has become widely used by Toyota Motor Corporation and still uses it to solve problems today.

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