5 whys then 5 whats and how

5 whys for a root cause. 5 whats and how constructs an opportunity or growth of solutions and progress steps. Progress makes innovation

Problem Solving Stop the why

The ‘5 Whys’ can be useful. Identifying the possible root cause can get things started…the next logical step to create a solutions bank.
I have found that it is easier and people on the team move with greater enthusiasm and collaboration when you ‘Start With What’ and determine the solution in the first step.