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What is a Fishbone Diagram? Fishbone diagram (also known as the Ishikawa diagram) is defined as a ‘casual diagram’ methodology that aims to find root causes of specific problems. It is widely used in manufacturing and industrial services, product development, or just general troubleshooting of problems where the cause is unclear. Any fishbone diagram has […]
What is Ansoff Matrix? Ansoff Matrix is defined as an enterprise growth planning method that aims to find new growth avenues. These growth avenues are located and analyzed based on the combination of four distinct attributes in a matrix layout; these attributes are existing products, new products, existing markets and new markets. It is a […]
What is PESTEL Analysis? PESTEL analysis is defined as a business impact study that aims to understand the effects of 6 key external factors, which are politics, economics, social, technology, environmental and legal. Initially designed in 1967 as a business planning tool, this method was then known as PEST, with environmental and legal factors joining […]