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    Bergeron
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    I hope someone can help me. In the text “work instructions for mistake proofing” the following point is stated: Use CFT approach to Mistake Proofing. Does somebody know what is meant by  CFT approach?
    Is it: Cross-functional team, Cognitive Flexibility Theory, Confirmal Field Theory, Covert Flow Tree or something not stated in the above?
    Hope someone can help me

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    #95099

    clb1
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    Cross Functional Team

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    #189064

    Dunne
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    I didn’t recognize the acronym either so I typed ‘CFT’ into the search window and selected Search: Entire Site. It returned several hits, including Cross Functional Team (e.g. CFT).  Hope this helps…

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    #189065

    pm
    Participant

    Dear Joyce,
    It’s “Cross Functional Team”.
    Thanks and rgds.

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    #189080

    Reade
    Participant

    Since you’re redesigning the forum, is there any way you can lock old topics to prevent replies to 6-yr-old posts (like this one)? The topics would still be available for viewing, since the archive holds a wealth of great information. But if at all possible, please remove the option to reply after a certain period of inactivity. I’d suggest 4-6 weeks, but even 6 months to a year would be better than this.

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    #189081

    MBBinWI
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    Cathy:  Not sure that I agree on this one.  While there are many instances where folks reply to old posts for dumb reasons (send me this or that is typical), there are instances where a new twist or insight comes along on an old topic.  While this could be added as a new thread, it can be beneficial to link it to an existing thread so that the full context is maintained.  If your suggestion were implemented, ‘though, I wouldn’t complain.

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    #189089

    Reade
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    MBBinWI – good point, I hadn’t considered the importance of thread continuity. But good new information/insight doesn’t happen all that often, and certainly not when compared to the steady stream of “please send me XXX” messages that appear here. The replies to this particular thread were different, but still, all they did was confirm a correct answer that was given 6 years ago. Nothing was added to the knowledgebase.

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    #189090

    clb1
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      I agree Cathy.  A lock of some kind on the older posts would cause little harm and it would cut down on this sort of stuff  My perception is that responses to really old posts generally fall into one of two categories – the please-send-me-one-of-those-too kind and posts like this one. 
      Posts like this give the impression that all Suzanne did was quickly read the first post and ignore mine as well as the date of the original and PM did  the same thing to me and to Suzanne…still it is nice to know that someone agrees with me even if it took them 6 years to get around to saying so.  :-)

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