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  • Tree Diagram

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    May 25

    The tree diagram goes from general to specific, ie part of a general problem (the a troncoa ) and continuing with subsequent levels or causes (the a ramasa ). The causes in turn become problems for which it should associate causes and so on until the maximum possible level of detail or root causes. The action to resolve each case represents the means to achieve the overall goal, which is the solution of the problem. a Implementation Methodology The tree diagram is a tool for team work, so before you start, it is necessary to conform to the team (preferably interdisciplinary, with extensive knowledge in the subject) and assign a controller, which will lead the team through all steps to implement the tool.

    Step 1: Establish the Problem The team must first determine the problem and written in a clear and specific to avoid the imprecision of the problem. In Table 4 we can see the correct and incorrect pose problems. Table 4. Form of correct / incorrect WRONG WAY problematic CORRECTLY Patients must wait long for treatment Patients should wait three hours for treatment There is much unemployment, 50% of young people leaving university did not get work shirts have The shirts are coming out flaws without buttons The more specific the problem is easier to find the causes and effects. Step 2: Define the causes or effects of the problem In a subsequent level records the root cause the problem. To identify this case you should use the question And why happens this problem?.

    Not necessarily be a cause, may be manifold. Step 3: Define Each subsequent levels cause becomes the effect to identify new causes, which the team must continue to identify causes on until you reach the highest level of detail possible. Step 4: Weighing the importance of each branch to the causes of each problem is assigned a weighting in percentage (%) according to their importance. Step 5: Implement rollout solutions for each case in accordance with the priorities that emerge from their weighting. As an example, Figure 13 illustrates a finished tree diagram. a Benefits – Allows you to get an overview of the study object. – Allows identify the means to achieve a goal or solve a problem. – Allows identify the primary and secondary causes of a problem and prioritize the time to solve a problem. – Allows you to understand the cause a “effect of the problems. – Allows identify the objectives of each task goals.

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  • Training Level

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    Aug 24

    Coaching, as already discussed, it is not suitable in emergency situations, even if yes it in high creativity and customization. High creativity and low urgency situations: when the objective that seeks the company requires a high level of creativity, and the urgency is low, then the coaching can be an excellent option to achieve creative solutions. Areva may also support this cause. As we have seen, its own methodological foundations seek discovery or the creation of new knowledge (unique and unrepeatable), which allows you to discover new ideas, thoughts, strategies, and even behaviors. And, since it does not offer solutions or councils, the result of coaching will always be highly creative. But, to do this, it is essential that the urgency level is low. I.e., that customer has enough time to make those changes and creations emerge during the process through successive trials and errors. Ultimately, coaching is only recommended when the situation of the client, in relation to the objective to achieve, high level of creativity required (i.e., does not seek advice or specific knowledge of third parties) and low level of urgency (i.e., that the customer has enough time to carry out exercises of trial and error). Therefore, the coaching comes to occupy quadrant no-directivo par excellence within the range of possibilities and organizational resources. This is because the training, consultancy and mentoring are unsubstantiated in the transfer of knowledge, and therefore on the experience of the teacher, consultant or mentor, who ultimately has the solution to the problem. On the other hand, coaching, as we have already explained, is based on the knowledge of the client.