Fishbone Diagram - Definition
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Fishbone Diagram is a problem-solving tool that uses a graphic description of the various process elements to analyze potential sources of variation, or problems. The Diagram itself resembles (somewhat) the skeleton of a fish. Also called the Cause & Effect diagram and Ishikawa diagram.
Related to: Business Process Analysis
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