Presentation on theme: "Where can you use the Relations Diagram in the PDSA Cycle?"— Presentation transcript:
Where can you use the Relations Diagram in the PDSA Cycle?
Why Use the Relations Diagram in the Classroom Use it when the aspects of a complex issue need to be analyzed and understood. The main cause or influence of a problem or issue needs to be identified.
Ways to use the Relations Diagram Some topics to choose from: Lines are too long at lunch Not enough time in the library Things are being taken from desks or lockers Understanding school rules Making visitors or new students feel welcome in the classroom Litter on the playground
Things to remember about the Relations Diagram Relations Diagrams are useful for looking at complex issues. A Relations Diagram is not something that can be done quickly. Often, it takes several discussions to come up with all of the related issues. The issues in a Relations Diagram can change and the Relations Diagram itself can change. It is a dynamic tool. It is never really finished, but something that changes often.
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