Pareto charts are one of the simplest problem solving tools. Because they are easily understandable and can be quickly created in Excel, they are a widely used. Pareto charts simply rank order "buckets" of data points by the selected criteria, and let people see visually how the minority of problem types cause the majority of incidents. This understanding helps people focus their resources where they will get the biggest impact.
Because of its highly visual nature, the Pareto Chart is an outstanding visual problem solving tool. Not only does it help point teams in the right direction, but it also helps problem solving teams communicate to others what they will be working on, and why. Very few charts are as quickly and as easily understood as the Pareto Chart.
This short module addresses what the Pareto principle is, how to use it to solve problems, and how to avoid common problems. It also includes tips on how to make outstanding Pareto charts and how to put them to use making improvements in your company.
This Pareto Charts PowerPoint presentation covers the following topics:
1. You already know the Pareto Principle
2. What is the Pareto Principle
a. Origins of the Pareto Principle
3. What does the Pareto Principle do for you?
4. What is a Pareto chart?
5. Steps to create a Pareto chart
a. Know what you want to accomplish
b. Decide on units of measure.
c. Understand the data needs
d. Create the Pareto chart
e. Interpret the results
6. Pareto Chart pitfalls to avoid
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