Case Study
Jyothi Prasad Kondapalli
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Problem Solving Tools
• Ishikawa / Fishbone Analysis
• 5 Why’s
• Pareto Analysis
• Grid Analysis
Ishikawa analysis
• It is also known as Fishbone
Analysis and Cause and Defect
Analysis.
• Created by Kaoru Ishikawa in 19...
5 Why’s
• It is a question-asking technique
used to explore the cause-and-
effect relationship underlying a
particular pro...
Pareto analysis
• It is a statistical tool in decision
making that is used for selection of
a limited number of tasks that...
Grid Analysis
• It is also known as Decision Matrix
Analysis, Pugh Matrix Analysis and
Multi Attribute Utility Theory.
• I...
Grid Analysis
• This makes it a great technique to
use in almost any important
decision where there isn’t a clear
and obvi...
Bibliography
• Wikipedia
• Wordpress
• Google
Image References
• Image Google
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  1. 1. Case Study Jyothi Prasad Kondapalli Presentation by
  2. 2. Problem Solving Tools • Ishikawa / Fishbone Analysis • 5 Why’s • Pareto Analysis • Grid Analysis
  3. 3. Ishikawa analysis • It is also known as Fishbone Analysis and Cause and Defect Analysis. • Created by Kaoru Ishikawa in 1968. • Common uses are product design and quality defect prevention to identify potential factors causing an overall effect.
  4. 4. 5 Why’s • It is a question-asking technique used to explore the cause-and- effect relationship underlying a particular problem. • The primary goal of the technique is to determine the root cause of a problem.
  5. 5. Pareto analysis • It is a statistical tool in decision making that is used for selection of a limited number of tasks that produce significant overall effect. • It follows the Pareto principle, the idea that by doing 20% of work, 80% of the advantages of doing the entire job can be generated.
  6. 6. Grid Analysis • It is also known as Decision Matrix Analysis, Pugh Matrix Analysis and Multi Attribute Utility Theory. • It’s a particularly powerful where you have a number of good alternatives to choose from, and many different factors to take into account.
  7. 7. Grid Analysis • This makes it a great technique to use in almost any important decision where there isn’t a clear and obvious preferred option. Being able to use Grid Analysis means that you can take decisions confidently and rationally, at a time when other people might be struggling to make a decision.
  8. 8. Bibliography • Wikipedia • Wordpress • Google
  9. 9. Image References • Image Google
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