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Decision making site that gives advice to help you make smart choices..

Decision making site that gives advice to help you make smart choices..
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Society for Judgment and Decision Making Six Keys To Making Good Decisions On my first day in a class called "Decision Analysis" at Stanford, I was shocked when Prof. Ron Howard said that you couldn't judge a decision from the outcome. I walked up to him after class and said, "Professor, this is what I have read in spiritual texts - that we are only competent in the action, and the outcome is not in our hands. Before going further, I must mention Prof. After establishing the first principle that decisions cannot be judged from their outcomes, we learn that a decision can only be judged by "the light the decision-maker had when making the decision." Appropriate Framing: Think of the decision as similar to taking a photo. In my own practice of this process, and in having brought this process to organizations, there are a few interesting principles that help us see how decision analysis bridges the material and the spiritual: The best part of it all is that it's easy: the six elements of decision quality don't require complex mental gymnastics.

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Making First-Class Tables in Word At some point in your life you will have to present a lot of data in a clear and concise manner. Once, I had to layout an entire book of tables full of stock information. It was boring, but there were a few steps that helped the work go really fast. If you haven’t done a lot of tables in Microsoft Word before, then this tutorial will take you through building one from scratch. I’ll throw in some of my tricks to make it go faster. Let’s start with a block of information. Year Title Story Based On Other Notes 1928 “The Passing Of Mr. The first thing to do is throw in some tabs. Now it’s time to Convert Text to Table. Dreadfully boring. The first thing I do is decide how I want the borders to look. Figure 2: To get the dotted lines between the columns, select all rows except for the header row. Let’s space out the rows so the text isn’t quite so close together. For high volumes of data, it’s a good idea to alternate row shading colors to make it easier to read.

Diagramme de cause-effets Présentation Ce diagramme, sous l'aspect d'une arête de poisson, est composé d'un tronc principal au bout duquel est indiqué l'effet étudié et de 5 branches correspondant à 5 familles de causes : Main d'oeuvre, (Connaissances, compétences, comportement, organisation del'équipe de travail...) Milieu, (Environnement de réalisation de la tâche :température, luminosité, humidité, pression, ambiance...) Matière (Matière première ou matière utilisée :référence d'un acier, huile, papier, stylos) Méthode, ( Méthode de rélisation de la tâche : Systématique de travail, Marche à suivre, Document de description de la tâche) Moyens ( Outils utilisés pour la réalisation de la tâche : Machines, outils ) Les noms des différentes famille pourront être adapté aux différentes situations de résolution de problèmes. Etapes Pour construire le diagramme , les étapes suivantes devront être menées : 1. Utilisez la méthode QQOQCP. 2. Utilisez la méthode Brainstorming. 3. Main d'oeuvre Milieu, Matière Méthode Moyens

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Khan Academy Ishikawa diagram Ishikawa diagrams (also called fishbone diagrams, herringbone diagrams, cause-and-effect diagrams, or Fishikawa) are causal diagrams created by Kaoru Ishikawa (1968) that show the causes of a specific event.[1][2] Common uses of the Ishikawa diagram are product design and quality defect prevention, to identify potential factors causing an overall effect. Each cause or reason for imperfection is a source of variation. Causes are usually grouped into major categories to identify these sources of variation. The categories typically include: Overview[edit] Ishikawa diagram, in fishbone shape, showing factors of Equipment, Process, People, Materials, Environment and Management, all affecting the overall problem. Ishikawa diagrams were popularized by Kaoru Ishikawa[3] in the 1960s, who pioneered quality management processes in the Kawasaki shipyards, and in the process became one of the founding fathers of modern management. Causes[edit] Causes can be derived from brainstorming sessions.

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Diagramme de causes et effets Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Le Diagramme de causes et effets, ou diagramme d'Ishikawa, ou diagramme en arêtes de poisson ou encore 5M, est un outil développé par Kaoru Ishikawa en 1962[1] et servant dans la gestion de la qualité. Description et fonctions[modifier | modifier le code] Ce diagramme représente de façon graphique les causes aboutissant à un effet. Ce diagramme se structure habituellement autour du concept des 5 M. Chaque branche reçoit d'autres causes ou catégories hiérarchisées selon leur niveau de détail. Le positionnement des causes met en évidence les causes les plus directes en les plaçant les plus proches de l'arête centrale. Variantes[modifier | modifier le code] Les termes « Moyens » ou « Machines » remplacent parfois la catégorie « Matériel ». Une caractéristique peut également être ajoutée dans les univers de production avec un neuvième « M », celui de « Maintenance ». Notes et références[modifier | modifier le code] ↑ (en) Matthew A.