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Ishikawa Diagram

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Ishikawa Diagram - definitions

Ishikawa diagram - a chart that can be used to systematically gather the problem causes of quality defects. Sometimes referred to as the 5M- or 6M-chart because most causes can be related to man (e.g., human factors), machine, method, material, milieu (i.e., the work environment), or the medium (the IT-platform).

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Source: Martin Eppler, External , 31-Jan-2009 13:47

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Ishikawa diagram - Japanese Quality professional widely known for the Ishikawa diagram also known as the fishbone or cause and effect diagram. He is also known as Ishikawa, Kaoru.

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Source: iSixSigma, 28 January 2011 09:39:59, External

Ishikawa Diagram - also called Cause & Effect or Fishbone Diagram - a graphical tool used to explore problems.

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Source: The Quality Portal, 12 April 2011 07:34:31, External

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