Business Breakfast


‘Minor Cracks – Major Disasters’

How to achieve massive performance improvements through repairing the cracks in your business

Harold’s 2017 Root Cause Analysis breakfasts have been well received and the first breakfast of 2018 has been scheduled for February.

This presentation is by invitation only, the duration is two hours (between 08h00 and 10h00) and includes a breakfast followed by an interactive
presentation that will change the way you view your workplace.

To join us as our guest and for the next breakfast date and venue details contact Carol on or 082 873 9996.

Comments from previous breakfast attendees

Paarl Media Gauteng:

“Insightful and a strong value added, all businesses should go through this.”


"A well-known topic but refreshingly and professionally presented with excellent anecdotes that encourages one to check personal mind-sets and adopt a more intensive approach to RCA"

WIKA Instruments:

“It was a great presentation, I particularly appreciated the interactive approach which gave me some insight into how other companies and their
employees deal with the subject of problem solving in a real-world environment. It also highlighted how a consistent and structured analysis can overcome decision making based on assumptions and preconceptions.”

AEL Mining Services:

“The session was really a reminder into the power of proper root cause analysis. The examples that he provides are really simple but pertinent to our environment. The amazing thing is that when he drills into the root cause you can see that the actual fundamentals of the plant operation failed, which is very similar to what is happening with us.”

VR Steel:

“The presentation was insightful and well presented. Thank you for your time.”
“Impressive, involved audience, some good food for thought.”

Tanker Repair Division:

“Really enjoyed the interactive nature between everyone and hearing about the same problems that we are experiencing. The 5-why analysis made me realise that, as a company, we need to investigate problems properly and develop a pro-active approach instead of a reactive one. Very well presented!!”