This course teaches you how to use a fishbone diagram as a problem-solving tool. It allows you to organize and classify your organizational challenges into an analytical and actionable system.
Simple quality tools can help you solve many problems. Learn how to organize and categorize potential problem causes using a fishbone diagram. Watch a team create a fishbone diagram for a problem they are facing and then help them organize their thoughts. See how flexible and powerful this simple tool is and then try it yourself!
- CEU Hours: 0
- Length: 0.5 Hours
- ASQ RU: 0.05
- Audience: New to Quality
- Provider: ASQ
- Understand what a fishbone diagram is
- Understand how and when to use a fishbone diagram
- Understand the benefits of using fishbone diagrams in problem solving
- Build your own fishbone diagram
Who Should Attend:Anyone new to quality who wants to learn and apply simple problem analysis tools.
- What is a fishbone diagram?
- What is it used for?
- Watch it
- Watch a team prepare a fishbone diagram
- How to
- Learn the steps to create a fishbone diagram
- Try it
- Help the team complete a fishbone diagram
- Present it
- Learn how to present a fishbone diagram so it can be easily shared
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