Ishikawa for Wicked Problem Problems?

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Ishikawa for Wicked Problem Problems?

🔥NIEUW I am analysing a business problem in our Engineering Company and seek your advise & help. It is related to the contracting strategy and execution of EPC for a delivery of an oil-and-gas offshore structure.
As there are many interrelations (causes with multiple effects) the Ishikawa Diagram seems limited as the problems appear to be "Wicked".
Is there advice how to tackle such problem and relate it to (some) root cause(s)?

  Jaap de Jonge
Editor, Netherlands
 

Ishikawa is not Fit for Truly Wicked Problem

The key assumption of Ishikawa is that a problem is composed of a limited number of causes, which are in turn also composed of sub causes.
As long as there are not too many relations between the causes you can still use Ishikawa to some extent in that you can at least discuss the causes to build more insight as long as you constantly keep in mind that the reality is more complex.

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