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The Fishbone Diagram, also known as the Ishikawa Diagram, is one of the most powerful cause-and-effect analysis tools. When something goes wrong, you need to get to the root cause in order to resolve the problem. That’s exactly what the Fishbone Diagram is perfect for! Track down the possible causes of failures in a process, project, or initiative with this easy to use visual tool. Just place the effect or problem at the head of the fishbone diagram and the potential causes into the spine. You’ll get a holistic view of the issue and a clear notion on how to resolve it.
Fishbone diagrams are powerful tools for problem-solving and super easy to implement. The Simple Fishbone diagram included here is ideal to visualize a cause-and-effect analysis at a single glance. It comes with four sections and ten tags to organize potential causes in a clear and simple structure.
How to make the most out of your fishbone diagram? Categorizing the causes. You can use the sections in the fishbone spine to group potential causes. For example, if you detected a problem in a process, you may want to group your ideas in steps or sub-processes. In this way, you make sure you analyze all the stages of the process. You can also use roles, strategic areas, and other criteria.
After conducting your root cause analysis, you need to resolve the issue. An innovative way to use the fishbone diagram is for planning. Once you’ve identified the core causes of the problem, propose a solution for each potential cause. At the end, you will turn the problem into a positive result.
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