Recommended Technique: Root Cause Analysis

Project managers, business analysts and project team members often find themselves performing root case analysis to determine the underlying source of a problem. This structured technique is used to examine a situation in order to establish the root causes and resulting effects of a particular problem. On my projects, I have found that brainstorming is a […]
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Facing a Bottleneck? Try the Fishbone Diagram

The fishbone diagram, also referred to as an Ishikawa or cause and effect diagram, is a method of diagramming that allows the project leader to facilitate a project team session to efficiently determine causes of a particular problem affecting the project. Once root causes are identified, appropriate actions toward resolution are more easily identified. This tool helps […]
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