Interrelationship Digraph: PART TWO

In this part of “Interrelationship Digraph: Demystifying Complex Relationships” video I explain how we can use the Interrelationship Matrix to reflect results of the Interrelationship Digraph. I also show how we can construct this matrix using Microsoft Office Excel through Conditional Formatting and the COUNTIF function.

Author: Mohammed Barakat

Mohammed Barakat is an Excellence Enabler, a Data Scientist, and a Trainer who holds several certifications. He is a Consultant Engineer in Industrial Engineering (JCE), a Project and Risk Management Professional (PMP, PMI-RMP), and a Six Sigma Black Belt (CSSBB). He is a proficient trainer accredited by Microsoft (MCT) and is also a speaker in national and international professional and business gatherings. He was named a winner of the prestigious ASQ MEA Quality Professionals Award for the year 2018 in Jordan.

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