A tree diagram is valuable for visualizing and sorting out the diverse possible results of a series of events. For every possible outcome of the primary event, you make a line in which you write down the likelihood of that result and the position of the world if that result occurred. For every possible result of the following event, you perform the same thing.
Tree Diagram Application
Once a problem is determined or solved in more sweeping generalities, you should move to detailed statistics, like when making sound steps to obtain a goal.
- This diagram is used when making actions to do a resolution or other method or plan.
- This is utilized when investigating the process in full detail.
- Use when probing the main reason for the problem.
- Use when assessing issues in implementation for many possible solutions.
- After the interrelationship or affinity diagram has been reveled or shown key problems.
- Utilized a communication tool to show information to others.
Make a declaration of the objective, problem, project plan, or anything that is being assessed or studied. Put it at the peak or far left of the work area
Brainstorm Possible Solutions
Do a sufficient and essential check – Every new idea statement turns out to be the subject: an objective, goal, or issue statement. Again, ask a question to reveal the next detail. Make other statements, show the connections to the past tier of concepts with arrows, and perform a sufficient check for every item.
Keep on turning every new idea into a subject statement. Don’t forget to ask a question and don’t end until you reach basic elements such as actions that can be done, components that aren’t divisible, root causes included.
Perform a check or assessment of the whole diagram. Ask yourself if the items are needed for the goal? If all were accomplished or present, would they be enough for the plan?