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  1. Process Decision Program Chart Process Decision Program Chart (PDPC) is one of the seven management tools. It helps in systematically identifying the shortfalls in a project/process plan which is being underway. PDPC helps to create countermeasures to prevent the plan from failing by changing the entire plan itself or we can be ready with necessary remedies when the problem occurs. When To Use PDPC: There are certain prerequisites as to when to use the PDPC for better results and they are: 1. Whenever we start a new process; 2. Whene
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  2. Benchmark Six Sigma Expert View by Venugopal R FMEA is a very popular tool used for Risk Analysis, whereas PDPC (Process Decision Program Chart) has been released by JUSE (Union of Japanese Scientists and Engineers) as early as 1976. While the Process FMEA is useful to analyze the potential risks (failure modes) associated with a process, the PDPC is a tool that helps to assess the risks associated with a Project. The Process FMEA begins by listing the process steps and identifying the potential failure modes during each process step. Process FMEA has its inbuilt quantificatio
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  3. WHAT IS A PROCESS DECISION PROGRAM CHART? The PDPC is defined as a Mgmt Planning Tool which systematically identifies what might fail during a plan. Countermeasures are developed to prevent / offset those problems. By using PDPC, We can either revise the plan to avoid the problems or be ready with the best response when a problem will occur. PDPC Diagram Overview A useful way of designing is to interrupt down tasks into a hierarchy, employing a tree . PDPC simply extends this chart to a couple of levels to identify risks and countermeasures for the lowest level tasks, as
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  4. PDPC – Process Decision Program Chart PDPC spreads the tree diagram to successive levels to identify risks and countermeasures for the low-level tasks. PDPC is like that of FMEA in identifying risks, effects of failure and contingency actions. It throws light on what might go wrong (Risks/Failures), highlight the Consequence of failure (Effect), and come with Potential countermeasures (Risk Mitigation). PDPC helps prepare the contingency plans. It systematically identifies what might go wrong in a plan under development. Countermeasures are developed to prevent or of
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  5. Process Decision Program Chart (PDPC) is a Management Planning tool for recognizing and writing down the steps required to complete a project. In this way, one can prepare a contingency plan by drawing out every possible solution. This allows you to systematically pinpoint what might go wrong with a plan, so that you make a contingency plan to limit risk. It provides a structural and systematic means of finding errors with a plan while it is being created. This tool identifies panned activities and ask WHAT IF questions to uncover potential problem areas. Then, countermeasures are
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  6. Knostner Model is the change management model which is used for managing the Complex change . As per the model the key elements required for the effective change are Vision- Why is change needed? Is the vision shared to the people and are people buying in? Skills- What skills are needed? Do team members have expertise or training in what they are being asked to do? Incentive- How this change will add value? Incentives can be monetary or personal achievement or prestige Resources- A lack of resources make people Annoyed. What resources are readily available? Are they
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  7. The Knoster Model defines six elements that we must address to affect desired behaviour change- Vision, Incentive, Agreement, Action Plan, Skills & Resources. If all six elements are working perfectly then we need to understand that the change plan is well executed. If any of the elements do not work perfectly then there is resistance to change observed. This can be done to any system related issues or any behavioural issues. Any stakeholder group needs to analyse and find the gaps. Addressing all elements in the model increases ones likelihood to achieve the desired change.
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  8. Knoster Model is a Change Management Tool. It defines six elements that we should address to affect desired behavior change : 1. Vision, 2. Incentive, 3. Agreement, 4. Action Plan, 5. Skills, 6. Resources, Addressing every element increases our likelihood to achieve the desired results. Failing to deliver on any of the elements will result in predictable reactions from stakeholders / end users. Reactions (ref : fig) that help us pinpoint our experience strategy falls short. All we need to do is pay attention. Our ability to recognize the reactions will i
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