The Fishbone is a powerful tool for revealing root causes, and putting them into logical categories for purposes of further study. The Fishbone is a powerful analytical tool and great for brainstorming sessions. Even if you feel you understand the fundamentals of the Fishbone, this program will demonstrate how to take this tool to the next level! Ever considered transforming a Fishbone into a Pareto Chart? We’ll show you how!
The 5 Why’s is our first foray into analytical tools to help reveal the root cause of performance problems. Even if you feel you understand the foundation of the 5 Why’s, you’ll learn ways to adapt the tool beyond its traditional application by moving your inquiry in different directions. The 5 Why Tool is an excellent group brainstorming tool.
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Which Projects to Fund & Manage when all are Critical
You’ll learn to apply the concepts of Project Portfolio Management to not only ‘do things right’ but to ‘do the right things.’
You’ll learn how to:
- Establish a rational, disciplined way to determine a project’s viability
- Explain the benefits of Project Portfolio Management (PPM)
- Assess the capabilities of hosted solutions to support profitable PPM
Opportunities for improvement everywhere you look. Imperatives for improved performance, too. How do you determine how to “do things right, and do the right things?”
Join us for a look into the power of democratizing ideation and automating improvement through Project Portfolio Management.
FREE RESOURCE: This training offers a free template for purpose of vetting project opportunities. Details shared during training.
Tool-of-the-Month Club: The IMR Chart
The Individuals and Moving Range Chart is one of the most powerful tools to understand how your process is performing over time. An IMR Chart can reveal shifts, trends, cycles as well as other information necessary to understand how your process is performing. The IMR Chart is an important baselining tool to understand if a process is meeting expectations. It can also help to understand the impact of interventions you may have planned.