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Use of Causeand Effect Diagrams for Risk Management

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The Cause and Effect Diagram (CAED) organizes and graphically represents the causes of a particular problem. It is also referred to as the Ishikawa Diagram, or Fishbone Diagram. Another definition is: …

The Cause and Effect Diagram (CAED) organizes and graphically represents the causes of a particular problem. It is also referred to as the Ishikawa Diagram, or Fishbone Diagram. Another definition is: “A graphic tool used to explore and display opinion about sources of variation in a process”

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