9.2 Implementation Techniques

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There are undoubtedly many techniques you can use to implement these new

causes you have developed. Naturally, you are free to use your own. I show

three techniques in this chapter that will help greatly. In fact, I have already

made accommodation in the existing Search Tables for two of the techniques.

First, you will find blanks in the Search Tables provided so that you can ‘‘slip

in fixes’’ with subalphas that start where the filled-in Search Table subalphas

leave off. When you review the Search Tables, you will find that each ‘‘family of

causes’’ can accommodate seven potential causes (a through g) even though

only two or three may have been used. The unused entry lines are designed to

allow you to slip in new causes that relate to that family but may be unique to

your product or company. You can simply fill in the new causes as they are

identified.

Second, you will find additional blanks for the Search Tables that start at the

end of the filled-in Cause Descriptions. These are provided as ‘‘On-Ramps’’ to

allow you to add additional ‘‘families of causes’’ you discover that are unique

to your product or company.