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Friday, 12 March 2010

Funtastic Fridays:Fishbone Diagram Behind It!

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All week long we here at Meady's Musings Production have been busy like a bee and working like a dog to take a few phrases out of this week's Maniac Mondays post! Not on creative stuff here but at our full time day job as an engineer. The most interesting and marvelous thing happened though...while working on a Fishbone diagram to do Root Cause Analysis (RCA) as part of our job as an engineer...well we got a bit carried away...our creative juices that weren't being blended out here on the blog instead went into the day job's project and well it was like engineering meeting art! And while we are hardly yet Da Vinci nor have we developed the Pushpa-Viman of Hindu fame well we can say we have been having a lot of fun!

So while we contemplate perhaps being off to see Alice in Wonderland again this weekend but this time in 3D! Well we thought we'd share the Fishbone diagram showing the Root Cause Analysis for Funtastic Fridays! :) Hope you enjoy!


Noreen said...

I love this Babita "The root cause" of funtastic fridays!! :-)

meadysmusings said...

I'm glad you enjoyed it Noreen! :)'s loads of fun! And seriously from an engineering side it gives you a really good idea of the thing you want to study too!

Anonymous said...

I use Fishbone diagrams to prevent product design and quality defects. Good tool for making Fishbones is Concept Draw PRO