Eight Tools to Develop Your Innovation Skills: Part 2

In Part 1, we covered the first four tools to develop your innovation skills. Now, we continue with the final four tools. 5. Reanalyze (streamline, combine, or eliminate) critical workflows. Should be applied both internally and externally It is all about the customers! Can be done with or without process mapping But is easier with […]
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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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