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Pie Charts An important part of decision making is having a clear understanding of the information used to base decisions from. Charts can be valuable when a need to represent numerical data would benefit communicating information visually. Some of the most important aspects of a good chart are to select the right type of chart (or graph) that can best characterize the data, also, to keep the design simple in order for an audience to easily understand the information. One of the most popular types...

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11 Tips for Using Flip Charts More Effectively

11 Tips for Using Flip Charts More Effectively by Lenny Laskowski © 1996 LJL Seminars http://www.ljlseminars.com While everyone seems to be interested in creating high-tech computer generated presentations, the flip chart still continues to be the most effective presentation media of all. One should not assume that investing a lot of money in high tech visual aids & equipment will "make" your presentation. The best visuals have been and still are the simplest. Remember, the purpose of using...

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Tools & Techniques - Pareto Charts

an Italian economist credited with establishing the Pareto Principle. Pareto charts provide facts and insights necessary for setting priorities. Pareto charts assist teams to focus on the smaller number of the causes of problems in order to aid in decision making. Pareto charts organize and display information. They are a form of vertical bar chart. Attributes are discussed. Suggestions on when to use a Pareto chart are made. Pareto analysis is one way to determine major causes of particular...

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Organization Chart

WHAT IS AN ORGANIZATION CHART? DESCRIPTION Every organization has both a formal and an informal organizational structure. Examples of organizational structures are: • Hierarchical structure (typical for the small, entrepreneurial organization) • Line-staff structure • Functional or Departmental structure (based on function, products/service, customer type, geographic region) • Matrix structure (dual reporting lines) These formal structures of organizations can be represented in the form of...

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Statistical Analysis and Application of Charts

Statistical Analysis and Application of Charts Presented To: Mam Ayesha IftikharPresented By: Hassan Bashir Roll Number: bba02141016 Program : BBA Semester : 2nd Date: 19-Oct-2014 Research Questionnaire/ Objective: Analysis of quantitative and qualitative data Uses of appropriate charts under the specific/general scenario. To ensure that statistical tools are the important for decision making. Type of Data: Quantitative Data Qualitative data Quantitative Data: Quantitative data is data expressing...

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Gantt Chart

Henry Gantt's legacy to production management is the following: * The Gantt chart: Still accepted as an important management tool today, it provides a graphic schedule for the planning and controlling of work, and recording progress towards stages of a project. The chart has a modern variation, Program Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT). * Industrial Efficiency: Industrial efficiency can only be produced by the application of scientific analysis to all aspects of the work in progress...

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Giant Chart

Giant chart What is a Gantt chart? A Gantt chart is a bar chart used to illustrate a project schedule, including start and finish dates of activities and a summary of activities of a project. These activities form what is usually called the work breakdown structure of a specific construction project. Gantt charts serve as an excellent tool to show updated schedule status using actual complete shadings and vertical line representing the actual date. Gantt charts sometimes are prepared showing precedence...

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Control Charts

Control Charts Control charts, also known as Shewhart charts are tools used to determine if a manufacturing or business process is in a state of statistical control. The control chart was invented by Walter A. Shewhart, (also known as the father of statistical quality control) while working for Bell Labs in the 1920s. The company's engineers were seeking to improve the reliability of their telephony transmission systems. The engineers had realized the importance of reducing variation in a manufacturing...

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Timeless Business Charts

Timeless Business Charts Copyright 2013 Vishnuvarthanan Moorthy Data speaks thousand words and Charts speak more than that! Are you one among them who are interested in constructing fascinating charts, and do you believe management decisions can be done easily with few interpretation of charts, then you can spend some “time” to read this… Any activity/motion/process in this world not only consumes movement or energy, but they also consume time. Traditionally we have been ignoring time, time...

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Organizational Charts

Organizational charts are detailed representations of organization structures and hierarchies. They are typically used to provide both employees and individuals outside the organization with a "snapshot" picture of it's reporting relationships, divisions of work, and levels of management. Obviously, smaller firms—whether they consist of a single owner of a home-based business, a modest shop of a few employees, or a family-owned business with a few dozen workers—are less likely to utilize organization...

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