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A Guide to Graphical Problem-Solving Processes

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Title: A Guide to Graphical Problem-Solving Processes
Author: John W. Moran, Richard P. Talbot, Russell M. Benson
ISBN: 0873890795 / 9780873890793
Format: Soft Cover
Pages: 73
Publisher: ASQ
Year: 1990
Availability: In Stock
     
 
  • Description
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A Strong graphic is worth more than 1,000 words! This immediately useful overview of practical graphical tools and techniques will show you exactly how to best communicate your message. Its user-friendly noncomputer techniques are widely applicable to all types of business and educational environments. You'll learn how to discriminate between qualitative and quantitative data and between discrete and continuous measurements, facilitating the development of correct graphs and charts the very first time! You'll also develop team process skills and analytical techniques.
Techniques include: brainstorming, Pareto analysis, force field analysis, fishbone diagrams, and project management tools.

Preface
Acknowledgements

Chapter 1 : Graphical Problem-Solving Matrix
Chapter 2 : Case Study
Chapter 3 : Planning Tools
Chapter 4 : Data Management Strategy
Chapter 5 : Action Planning and Control Tools
Chapter 6 : Participative Problem-Solving Tools

Bibliography
Index

 
 
 
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