Assn. 2 - concepts The Interrelationships Digraph...

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Question 1 pg. 78 The seven management tools are Affinity Diagram, Tree Diagram, Process Decision Program Chart, Matrix Diagram, Interrelationship Digraph, Prioritization Matrix, and Activity Network Diagram. The Affinity Diagram helps in the organization of ideas and facts relating to a broad concept into categories. The Tree Diagrams allow managers to plan the actions necessary to implement the ideas and objectives. The Process Decision Program Chart provides a framework for developing contingency plans for preventing the unexpected or dealing with it if it does occur. The Matrix Diagrams enables planners to graphically depict relationships between
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Unformatted text preview: concepts. The Interrelationships Digraph graphically depicts casual relationships among the categories from an affinity diagram. The Prioritization Matrix allows the comparison of both quantitative and qualitative data in the same analysis. Finally, the Activity Network Diagram requires the entire project to be broken down into its component activities, that the duration of each activity be forecast, ad the precedence relationship among the activities be defined. Question 1 pg. 79 The overall reliability of this system of P1=0.998, P2=0.997, P3=0.988, and P4=0.990 is 0.973...
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