Due to manufacturing tolerance and deterioration during operation, different blades in a fan assembly exhibit geometric variability. This leads to asymmetry which will be amplified in the running geometry by centrifugal and aerodynamic loads. This study investigates a phenomenon known as Alternate Passage Divergence (APD), where the blade untwist creates an alternating pattern in passage geometry and stagger angle around the circumference. After the formation of alternating tip stagger pattern, APD's unsteady effect, APD-induced Non-Synchronous Vibration (APD-NSV), can cause the blades from one group to switch to the other creating a traveling wave pattern around the circumference. Thus, it can potentially lead to high cycle fatigue issues. More importantly, this phenomenon occurs close to, or at, peak efficiency conditions and can significantly reduce overall efficiency. Therefore, it is vital to attenuate the NSV behavior. In this study, a redesign approach is investigated.