When Should we Use a Cause Effect Diagram?




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ANUJ KUMAR SHRIVASTAVA
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When Should we Use a Cause Effect Diagram?

In addition to the usage and application areas already mentioned in the summary, the Ishikawa Diagram can be used in the following situations:
- To study a particular problem and find the root cause of it;
- To identify areas of data collection;
- To find out why a system is having breakdowns, difficulties or problems;
- To check why we are not getting the expected results from a system.

   

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