Plan, Do, Check, Act Infographic for Problem Solving

Best Problem-Solving Techniques

Plan, do, check, an act is an iterative four-step management method used in business for the control and continual improvement of processes and products. This resembles Toyota’s idea of what the best problem-solving technique should be. This technique relies on perseverance, objectivity, training, and customer retention.

PDCA is known as a system for developing critical thinking. The primary focus is to create iteration. It’s used to confirm or negate a hypothesis, execute a test, and analyze until you have arrived closer to the ultimate goal. Toyota proposes this method to engage the workforce to better experience innovation and create a culture of critical thinkers.

Check out the infographic below for a step-by-step guideline for Plan, Do, Check, Act.

Best Problem Solving Techniques PDCA Infographic

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