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The Humble Pareto

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About this Podcast Episode

Are you seeing so many opportunities for improvement that you just don’t know where to start?

Don’t fall into the trap of prioritising projects where people are shouting loudest, or wasting time with complex cost-benefit analysis, PMI Director Consultant Sean Buckland tells us – you need the help of the humble Pareto Chart. Undervalued by many, this straightforward tool will help you to identify the vital few issues that you need to focus your improvement efforts on to generate the biggest wins.

The benefits are wide and deep, so listen now to hear why you should master this important tool today.

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Join Susannah and Sean in the studio as they discuss The Humble Pareto. You’ll hear about:

  • Explanation of the Pareto Analysis tool and its application in process improvement
  • Benefits of using the Pareto Analysis tool in identifying vital issues for improvement
  • Examples of how the tool can be applied in service processes and manufacturing environments
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