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Jeswan Singh
Problem Analysis for quality control/management issues using the Ishikawa process has a high degree of applicability. Its a simple yet effective and is able to generate a fairly accurate solution. Highly recommended for quality improvement programmes at work. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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  ANUJ KUMAR SHRIVASTAVA, Manager, India
 

Fish Bone Diagram Helps to Reduce Variability

That's absolutely correct. The fish bone diagram helps in reducing the variabiity in the process. Thus over time the quality increases.
This is becuase you will always find that the less variabilty there is in the constraints of an operation, the higher is its quality.

 
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