Fishbone Diagram

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Fishbone Diagram

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The Fishbone Diagram is used to explain the cause-and-effect relationship.

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SKU: V-014




Download our ready to use and easy to edit 7-slide fishbone diagram PowerPoint deck for presentations that feature product design, quality defect prevention, identification of potential failures and more. Present a cause and effect analysis using variables such as people, methods, machines, materials, measurements, environment or other factors unique to your business.

This editable Fishbone Diagram provides a basic framework from which you can easily customize to meet your specific PowerPoint Presentation requirements. Every element of this Fishbone diagram can be edited, modified or deleted.

This is a line diagram of the graphic version of the Ishikawa diagram.*

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