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5 Whys & Fishbone Diagram Training & Certificate

$29.00

Learn the basics of the 5 Whys & Fishbone Diagram and build your problem-solving muscles.

Description

What Are the 5 Whys?

5 Whys is a simple but effective method of analyzing and solving problems by asking “why” five times, or as many times as needed, in order to move past symptoms and determine root cause. This approach is used in tandem with Cause & Effect or Fishbone diagrams.

What Is a Fishbone (Cause & Effect) Diagram?

The Fishbone (or Cause & Effect) Diagram is a structured brainstorming tool designed to assist an improvement team in listing potential causes of a specific effect. Its name derives from its resemblance to the bones of a fish. It is also known as an Ishikawa Diagram, for its creator. This tool is used in tandem with The 5 Whys.

Why You Should Register for 5 Whys & Fishbone Diagram Training & Certificate

In the 5 Whys & Fishbone Diagram Training (Single Module), you’ll learn the basics of these tools and techniques and continue building your problem-solving muscles.

What You’ll Get (Certificate, PDUs/CPEs)

  • Fishbone Diagram Template & Example
  • 5 Whys Template & Example
  • 5 Whys & Fishbone Diagram Certificate
  • 2 PDUs / 2.4 CPEs

Details

  • Prerequisites: None
  • Delivery: Fully online and on-demand/self-paced/asynchronous
  • Timing: 2 hours
  • Exam: 10 questions, 100% score required, unlimited retakes, results viewable
  • Access: 1 year
  • Works on smartphones and tablets

Objectives

  • Define the 5 Whys & Fishbone Diagram
  • Explain why the 5 Whys & Fishbone Diagram are important
  • Describe how the 5 Whys & Fishbone Diagram relate to the DMAIC problem-solving methodology
  • Define the the terms used in the 5 Whys & Fishbone Diagram
  • List the common elements that make up the 5 Whys & Fishbone Diagram

List of Contents

  • 5 Whys & Fishbone Diagram Training Module
  • Webinar: How to Use a Fishbone Diagram
  • Quiz: 5 Whys & Fishbone Diagram

New: Single Modules

Single Modules are a smart new way to learn the basics of  a single Lean Six Sigma concept or tool. It’s training “Just-In-Time” – a Lean way to learn!

We recommend them if you:

  • Don’t need a full training and certification course
  • Need to learn the basics or get a refresher on a single concept or tool
  • Need PDUs for your PMP Certification


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5 Whys & Fishbone Diagram Training & Certificate
Average rating:  
 39 reviews
by Nahid on 5 Whys & Fishbone Diagram Training & Certificate

i enjoyed it and iwill practice it
thnx

by latrell farley on 5 Whys & Fishbone Diagram Training & Certificate

Great for a person that wants to dive right into Fishbone diagrams.

by Anne Macko on 5 Whys & Fishbone Diagram Training & Certificate

Good refresher

by Raj on 5 Whys & Fishbone Diagram Training & Certificate

Awesome, Keeping it simple and detailed at the same time.

by todd on 5 Whys & Fishbone Diagram Training & Certificate

very good , keeps it simple and a good refresher . would recommend .

by John-Arne Bjorkhaug on 5 Whys & Fishbone Diagram Training & Certificate

A very good fishbone/ 5 why introduction for me.

by Russell F on 5 Whys & Fishbone Diagram Training & Certificate

Good refresher on the 5 why and fishbone

by Annalisa on 5 Whys & Fishbone Diagram Training & Certificate

Very good module.

by JL on 5 Whys & Fishbone Diagram Training & Certificate

The information is ok. But the presenter is coughing and throat clearing way too often for a professional training video.

by Hank Sapeda on 5 Whys & Fishbone Diagram Training & Certificate

Fun and challenging at the same time. I'll be teaching other managers this week so they can begin problem solving.
TY!
Hank Sapeda

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