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You searched for: Ishikawa Diagramming ( "ISHIKAWA" AND "DIAGRAMMING")

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Ishikawa Diagramming


A graphic technique, (also known as fishbone diagrams, herringbone diagrams, cause-and-effect diagrams, or Ishikawa) is used for displaying characteristics of a given situation or problem.

Cause and Effect Analysis

by Andy Jordan

If we don’t conduct the proper analysis but rather make assumptions about what is causing a problem, then we jump to our perceived solution--and more often than not we end up wasting time, money and effort on implementing the wrong solution. This article supports the presentation for Cause and Effect Analysis and provides a more detailed explanation of how the tool should be used.

The BA-PM Glossary

by Global Knowledge

Here is an executive guide to business analysis and project management terminology, including more than 200 definitions to help you better communicate with business analysts and project management professionals.



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