Fishbone PowerPoint charts

Fishbone PowerPoint charts
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Type: PowerPoint Charts template

Category: Business Models

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Product ID: PC00889

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The Fishbone strategy did not appear by itself, it was developed in the middle of the last century by the Japanese professor Kaoru Ishikawa, who is one of the world's most famous management theorists. Initially, this technique became an auxiliary tool for quality analysis and improvement of various industrial processes and later became an excellent pedagogical tool.

Bnefits Fishbone PowerPoint charts

Fishbone literally translates as "fishbone" or "fish skeleton". Indeed, the method is based on a schematic chart in the shape of a fish skeleton. This non-standard and at the same time simple scheme allows you to quickly and accurately analyze a particular problem, identifying its causes and consequences. And then you just need to draw the right conclusions.

Using the Fishbone PowerPoint charts allows you to:
  • to develop critical thinking;
  • organize the work of students in pairs and groups;
  • visualize the causal relationship;
  • distribute the stages of work according to the level of significance.
  • The great advantage of Fishbone is its versatility: with its help you can solve any problem, not just school!
  • This method allows you to decompose the whole into individual components and consider them in detail.

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