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Scatter Diagrams for Visualising Relationships

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About this Podcast Episode

Avoid wasting time on ineffective improvement strategies by using scatter diagrams to visually prove or disprove your theories.

PMI Senior Consultant Damion Albinson delves into the fascinating world of this underappreciated improvement tool to reveal why it’s invaluable for investigating variations in output. But beware – he also warns not to extrapolate beyond the data and stresses the importance of having enough samples.

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Join Susannah and Damion in the studio as they discuss Understanding the Voice of The Customer. You’ll hear about:

  • Introduction to scatter diagrams and their importance in business improvement
  • Explanation of how scatter diagrams work, with two axes representing variables and dots forming patterns indicating the relationship
  • Caution about correlation not implying causation
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