Solution and Effect Diagram

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Solution and Effect Diagram
Guus van H.
There exists also an inverted Ishikawa Diagram, with the Solution on the left and a big arrow with branches pointing to the right. The branches show the consequences and effects of the solution. You can use it to show, discuss, analyze what the consequences of a particular solution will be.

This is a Form of Sensitivity Analysis
ANUJ KUMAR SHRIVASTAVA, Manager, India, Premium Member
This technique is commonly known as a sensitivity analysis.
Once you find out the conclusion of the fish bone diagram, this becomes the arrow and...



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Cause and Effect Diagram (Fishbone Diagram) - Ishikawa

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