What is the Kano Model?
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A Pareto diagram is a vertical bar chart that identifies the critical few from the uncritical many: A histogram, ordered by frequency of occurrence, that shows how many results were generated by each identified cause.
This is a forward thinking exercise, with an eye on the past. It is a mix of retrospective and futurospective which uncover risks.
A work breakdown structure (WBS) is a "deliverable oriented hierarchical decomposition of the work to be executed by the project team" (PMBOK). The WBS visually defines the scope into manageable chunks that a project team can understand, as each level of the WBS provides further definition and detail.
Just-in-time (JIT) manufacturing, also known as just-in-time production, is a methodology aimed primarily at reducing times within the production system as well as response times from suppliers and to customers. JIT is an emerging practice in resource management developed as a need to control for the scarce nature of critical resources.
Design for X (DfX) is a set of technical guidelines that may be applied during the design of a product for the optimization of a specific aspect of the design. The "X" in DfX can be different aspects of product development, such as reliability, deployment, assembly, manufacturing, cost, service, usability, safety and quality.
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Manage Project Knowledge is the process of using existing knowledge and creating new knowledge to achieve the project's objectives and contribute to organization's learning (PMBOK 6th 2018).
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A technique used to identify the few factors that have the greatest impact on an outcome, result, or on measures of quality, satisfaction or performance. Separating these "vital few" from the "trivial many" is generally known as the "80/20" rule. Applying this rule to sources of problems would mean that, on average, 80 percent o...