Plan-do-check-act is a continuous loop of planning, doing, checking or studying, and acting. It provides a simple and effective approach for solving problems and managing change. PDCA (Plan Do Check Act) - From

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Gantt Chart

Gantt charts help teams to plan work around deadlines and properly allocate resources. Projects planners also use Gantt charts to maintain a bird's eye view of projects. They depict, among other things, the relationship between the start and end dates of tasks, milestones, and dependent tasks.Create a Gantt Chart in Excel + Free Template | TeamGantt

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A flowchart is a picture of the separate steps of a process in sequential order. It is a generic tool that can be adapted for a wide variety of purposes, and can be used to describe various processes, such as a manufacturing process, an administrative or service process.Flowchart - Wikipedia

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Arrow Diagram

An arrow diagram is defined as a process diagramming tool used to determine optimal sequence of events, and their interconnectivity. It is used for scheduling and to determine the critical path through nodes.   What is Arrow Diagram? (With Examples)

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force field analysis

Force-field analysis is a development in social science. It provides a framework for looking at the factors forces that influence a situation, originally social situations. It looks at forces that are either driving movement toward a goal.                                                                                  Force Field Analysis - Decision-Making Skills from

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Matrix diagram

A matrix diagram is defined as a new management planning tool used for analyzing and displaying the relationship between data sets. The matrix diagram shows the relationship between two, three, or four groups of information.                                               What is a Matrix Diagram or Chart? Data Relationship Analysis | ASQ

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