# Problem Solving Quiz

18 Questions | Total Attempts: 543

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Problem solving skills are fundamentally important and are required for any career growth and in relating with people around you in a day-to-day life. How good are your problem solving skills? Find out below and all the best.

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• 1.
The goal of a Fishbone Diagram is to solve a problem. It is also a useful tool to analyze root causes for Boulders or Rocks. True or False?
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 2.
The main categories (bones) of a Fishbone Diagram are... (Check all that apply)
• A.

Machine

• B.

Mass

• C.

Method

• D.

Human

• E.

Environment

• F.

Measurement

• 3.
When writing a problem description... (Pick the best answer)
• A.

Combine two or more problems together

• B.

• C.

Make the problem statement a question

• D.

Make the problem statement clear to everyone, so the team will understand the description next week

• 4.
When determining the Probable Root Cause on a Countermeasure Worksheet you should use the _____ Why Method. The number of times is not a rule, just a guide to get you to the correct root cause(s).
• 5.
A __________ is a tool to help complete the Five Why Method by going and seeing the activity at the actual situation.
• A.

Go & Look

• B.

Go & Test

• C.

Go & See

• D.

Go & Observe

• 6.
You should NOT verify your Probable Root Cause with data
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 7.
You should make sure the probable root cause(s) go with the problem description(s) as written and have the correct OPCA (Output, Pathway, Connection, & Activity) chosen.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 8.
When developing Countermeasures one must (Check all that apply)
• A.

Assign OPCA (Output, Pathway, Connection, & Activity)

• B.

Assign Process Design Category

• C.

Align Process Design Categories to Problem Descriptions and Probable Root Causes

• D.

Wait for someone else to come up with a countermeasure

• 9.
Not every Pre-Specification requires an Embedded Test. But if there is an Embedded Test it must have an Escalation.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 10.
When proposing a Countermeasure you should ask yourself "What action are you going to try and how you will validate it through experimentation?
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 11.
The elements of a Proposed Countermeasure include (Check all that apply)
• A.

Responsibility defined

• B.

Action aligned to Process Design Category

• C.

Process level clear

• D.

• E.

Leads to the Problem being solved

• 12.
What are the 5 methods to do rapid low cost trials? (Check all that apply)
• A.

Hold

• B.

Tape

• C.

Saw

• D.

Clamp

• E.

Bolt

• F.

Weld

• 13.
When selecting a ____________ you should consider Safety, Quality, Cost, Delivery, Morale, and Environment.
• 14.
Check all of the different ways that knowledge can be shared from defining a Countermeasure to a Probable Root Cause.
• A.

SWI

• B.

AAR

• C.

Pre-job Brief

• D.

Meetings and Workshops

• E.

Email

• F.

DTE Daily

• G.

A3