Pareto Diagram

Pareto Diagram
Pareto Diagram

Pareto Diagram

Pareto diagrams are useful in situations where there are categorical data. The diagrams are easy to develop and

provide powerful insight into organizational problems.

Pareto Diagram

Pareto diagrams graphically depict categorical data. A Pareto diagram is a bar graph, and each bar represents a

category. The bars are rank ordered in descending order from left to right. resulted from just a few causes.

Today, the Pareto principle implies 80% of process problems can be accounted for by 20% of process factors.

 

  1. Decide which categories will be used for grouping, such as the quantity of each type of lab test orreasons for patient falls.
  2. Decide how you will measure the categories.
  3. Gather data and place them into one of the categories.
  4. Enter the categories, counts and cumulative frequency into a table or spreadsheet.
  5. Develop the diagram. Figure 1 shows the categories of complaints in descending order.
  6. Interpret the diagram. The most frequent

complaints shown in Figure 1 are that the room is not stocked or is dirty. These two categories account for about 59% of the total complaints.

Pareto Diagram

Pareto diagrams are useful in situations where there are categorical data. The diagrams are easy to develop and

provide powerful insight into organizational problems.

pareto diagram sample 1
pareto diagram sample 1

 

pareto diagram sample 2
pareto diagram sample 2

 

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