Cause-and-Effect DiagramsAnother tool for identifying quality issues and inspection points is the  cause-and-effect diagram, also

Cause-and-Effect DiagramsAnother tool for identifying quality issues and inspection points is the  cause-and-effect diagram, also known as an Ishikawa diagram or a fish-bone chart.  Figure 6.7 illustrates a chart (note the shape resembling the bones of a fish) for a basketball quality control problem—missed free throws. Each “bone” represents a possible source of error.Please create your own  cause-and-effect diagram , also known as an Ishikawa  diagram or a fish-bone chart for the company you are researching.  Start with what the problem is, what you think it could be (poor sales) (inventory obsolescence,  employees leaving, you choose) then include the four categories: material, machinery/equipment, manpower, and method. These four Ms are the “causes.Submit the cause-and-effect diagram, (Ishikawa diagram or a fish-bone chart) here with an explanation of what it is and what you conclude.This is a Project to create an Ishakowa / Fishbone Diagrahm and 5 Why’s  (example – lost customers, low profit, wrong inventory??)Please identify a   Problem (KPI) try to identify a company with this problem (example-low inventory resulted in lost sales-sony ps5)and then please create both a 5 Why Root Cause Analysis document that discussed the problem and gets to your teams perceived root cause.and a Ishakowa / Fishbone diagram clearly identifying the problems issues with the 5 areas identified: Material, Methods, Manpower, Machine, MeasureSee attached screenshot photo