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Flowchart: How Do I Publish a Book

How to publish your book, in a flowchart. Or, just follow some sage writing advice and don’t give up. (↬ Coudal)


Colorful example of a Fishbone or Ishikawa or "Cause and Effect" diagram...This tool will help you drill down to root causes of defects and identify possible failure modes. You will use this graphical tool in conjunction with the Five Whys method of questioning.


10 Free Six Sigma Templates Available to Download: Fishbone Diagram, SIPOC Diagram, and PICK Chart


Fish Bone Diagram / Ishikawa Diagram to break down the problem


A fishbone or ishikawa diagram. Use it to try and find the cause of a problem or to try and create an outcome

PMP Insight: Fishbone diagram (or Ishikawa diagram) shows how various factors are linked to a potential problem or outcome. #PMP

The purchasing coach's blog on the root causes behind common purchasing problems

Root Cause analysis for problem solving along with four combined tools. I'll add that the Six Thinking Hats adds a layer of creative provocation to surface unconventional solutions. High performance work teams typically use four problem-solving tools: 1. Plan, Do, Check, Act (PDCA) 2. 5-Why Analysis 3. Ishakawa (Fishbone) Diagram 4. Simplified Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (SFMEA). #jodiaz #500_07 and #ILproblemdef