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When is it appropriate to use the Pareto chart and the cause and effect diagram? The Pareto chart is a very useful tool wherever one needs to separate the important form the trivial [Goe16]. This chart gives you a road map to the problem so that you can improve the process. A cause and effect diagram also called a fishbone diagram can be used to identify and isolate causes of a problem [Goe16]. How might the Pareto and cause and effect tools benefit your Process Improvement Project?
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