Behind all the visible, unwanted effects there is often a root problem that is a lot less obvious and harder to express. With a crt analysis, we make this problem explicit to ensure that we start off on the right foot. Crt was first described by E. Goldratt as a part of his theory of constraints (TOC).
What crt analysis does:
- provide a basis for understanding complex problems;
- identify and piece together undesired effects through a logical chain of causes and effects;
- uncover the real root problems;
- reveal unexpressed assumptions.