What is a Fish Bone Diagram?
Fishbone diagrams are also popularly known as Ishikawa diagram and cause-and-effect diagram. It is one of the seven quality tools that are used in industries across the globe. It helps in identifying all possible causes of problems, which lays the foundation for a brainstorming session.
There are two situations where these diagrams can be used, and these include; when one has to identify the possible causes of a problem and when there is a need to look upon multiple aspects of an idea and requires the input of the entire team.
Product design and finding quality defects are where these diagrams are popularly used.
Herringbone map with 6 ribs with 2 levels on each rib.
CVery helpful for tiering out thoughts and look at a comparison.
Great to help you unpeel the consistencies across topics or concepts.
When you break things apart into four sectors we get it done.
These are for big concepts.
A super tool for year-end review.
These are for very general concepts.
Each topic gets two inputs for them.
This is the standard version that people often cite.
For some reason, this is our most popular downloaded version of this model.
Colored herringbone map with 5 levels on 4 ribs.
Basic 2 level herringbone map.
A standard setup that works great for most students.
Works on four thoughts per event.
Not a ton of space to write with, but it works.
Vertical herringbone map on causes.