Most of my students in Risk Management courses are expressing questions regarding the use of quality tools for various purposes related to assuring quality but also for Risk Management in a project.
Although there are a good number of quality tools specific to certain domains, fields and practices, some of the quality tools can be used across such domains. These quality tools are quite generic and can be applied to any condition.
There are seven basic quality tools used in organizations. These tools can provide much information about problems in the organization assisting to derive solutions for the same.
Let’s have a look at the seven basic quality tools in the attached document:
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