Interrelationship Digraph: PART ONE

Posted: February 27, 2011 in Power of Microsoft Office, Six Sigma
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Interrelationship Digraph or Relations Diagram is one of the seven Management and Planning Tools that helps us analyze the cause-and-effect relationships among different issues in a complex situation. It also helps us focus on vital few issues with highest priorities which makes this tool echo Pareto principle or the 80/20 rule in concept.

In this part of “Interrelationship Digraph: Demystifying Complex Relationships” video I explain the tool, its uses, and how to construct it using Microsoft Office Visio.

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