Fishbone diagram

IB Business Management: Fishbone diagram

As with all organizational planning tools, the fishbone diagram is a systematic method used to help managers make logical and rational business decisions.The fishbone diagram (also known as the Ishikawa diagram or the cause and effect model) is a visual organizational planning tool created by Professor Kaoru Ishikawa (1915 - 1989) of The University of Tokyo, Japan. It is used to show the causes and effects of a particular...


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