- Scatter Diagram is used for representation of relationship between two variables.
- During brainstorming it is necessary to maintain a very sober and formal atmosphere, with strict enforcement of the brainstorming rules.
- Cause and Effect Diagram is a visual representation of the factors that might contribute to an observed effect or phenomenon that is being examined.
- In Cause and Effect Diagram the interrelationships are generally not qualitative and hypothetical.
- All the people in the team can contribute to the creation of a Cause and Effect Diagram.
- There should be only 4 main casual factors going into the central part of a Cause and Effect Diagram.
- Problem is a visible performance deficiency in an important manufacturing, service, or business process.
- Line graphs are useful for showing comparison among categories.
- Scatter Diagrams give us a visual method for separating the vital few from useful many.
- Pareto Analysis helps us establish consensus on our top priorities, thereby setting the stage for action.
- Pareto Analysis can be used to check performance after a solution has been implemented.
- In flow diagram the database symbol represents electronically stored information pertinent to the process.
- The effect being analysed should be broadly stated in order not to limit artificially the number of causes to be listed on the Cause and Effect Diagram.
- A Cause and Effect Diagram will not indicate which causes are creating the problem.
- Hiding true cause and effect relationship is the key to effective problem solving.
- Pie charts are useful principally for showing proportions.
- A plant manager wants to know the trend in defective parts during the last twenty working days. A line graph is the most suitable type of graph.
- Histogram is an off-line quality control method, which is used for study of process variation and assesses process capability.
- It is easier not see the relationship in a Scatter Diagram than in a simple table of numbers.
20. Fault Tree Analysis is an analytical tool that graphically renders the combination of faults that lead to the failure of a system.