Cause-and-effect analysis A cause-and-effect analysis generates and sorts hypotheses about possible causes of problems. A usual approach is to utilise brainstorming and ask participants to list all the possible causes and effects for the identified problem. This type of analysis often includes drawing cause-and-effect diagrams, which organise information by showing links between the events and
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