You may find it interesting that while the 80:20 Rule (Pareto Principle) is one of the most used tools in problem solving, it is also the one which carries different meaning for different people. I have picked up some of the most interesting dilemmas in the use of Pareto Principle and listed them for voting so that we all can see percentage preferences on each side.

- In the questions that follow, click on the option you find more appropriate – A or B. Once you click, you shall be able to see percentage responses on each option so far.
- If you wish to discuss with others or want to see my response on 6th May, just mark a comment in the comments section.

**Question 1** – Is it necessary that the categories used in the Pareto Chart are mutually exclusive?

[dilemma cats = ‘1047’]

**Question 2** -While solving a business problem, the best way to work with a Pareto Chart is to plot number of occurrences (frequency) and corresponding cumulative percentage on the Y axis. Do you agree?

[dilemma cats = ‘1046’]

**Question 3** – Pareto principle is universally applicable to every problem. Do you agree?

[dilemma cats = ‘1045’]

**Question 4** – Repeated application of the principle – For a given problem, Pareto is not a principle meant for just one time use. One may like to identify the most dominant categories from a high level pareto analysis and then IN MOST CASES, it is possible to carry out a next level pareto analysis on each of the dominant categories. Do you agree?

[dilemma cats = ‘1048’]

**Question 5** – The categories that end up as low priority as a result of Pareto analysis can be safely ignored. Do you agree?

[dilemma cats = ‘1049’]

**Question 6 **– The 80-20 rule is not an absolute rule. It can be 70:30 or even 90:10 – the total must remain 100. Do you agree?

[dilemma cats = ‘1050’]

To see my answers for these six questions, please click here.

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Liked the set of 6 questions.Good food for thought for various scenarios where rules of Pareto principle can be applied differently, not just based on occurences only

Thanks Sanjay, you may like to review more detail at https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Hi Vishwadeep,

This exercise is more interesting,

and it makes me refresh on pareto concept, i hope i given correct answers for all 6, except 4 one i am little bit doubt on that could you pls share the answers via using about email id.

Hi Venu,

Thanks for your comment. You may like to explore more at https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

This is good

I want to see correct Answer

Hi Sree,

You can see the responses at https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

I feel that Question 3 and 5 are debatable one. I would like to see your views on the same. Will be waiting eagerly for your post.

Cheers!

Hi Amtul,

The responses are at – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Good to see all of my answers tally with the general consensus… while that itself may not be the proof of their correctness or applicability in general, it’s good to know… 🙂

It’s a good set of questions… Would look forward to your take on this one…

Hi Soaham, My take can be seen at https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Nice little straw poll! Slightly worrying that a majority of people think that the lower priority categories can be ignored. Pareot is a great guide but is not by any means used for detailed analysis. There could be some really quick wins in the lower priority categories, and whilst of course we should focus on the higher priorities, each circumstance, project and business is different. Which also reflect the other question about if Pareto is universally applicable….fine if you have count data but it’s not always useful. very risky to go in with the same tool that worked last time, all the time.

I agree with you completely Tom. Appreciate your comment!

Excuse the typos!

Dear VK

let me know the comments on my response..

Hi Sanyogita,

The responses are at https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Do let me know if you have any queries.

Good

Good points to recall Pareto principles.My answer meet with general opinion

pls let me know the correct answers

Hi Suhas, my responses are at https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Good interesting 😉

Thanks!! Looking forward the next post!!

Need more clarification regarding cumulative percentage calculated in given example

It is basic rule which applies in any business

Interesting one!!!

Good post .. thanks .. and answers please.

Hi Rishi, the answers are at https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

I use Pareto always. And if you are interested read also the books of Richard Koch.

interesting survey … much more to umderstand about pareto than i originally thought …

Hi JM, the next post on this is at https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

interesting one

Excellent approach….Very Interesting and looking forward for next post

Hi Anil, thanks for your comment. Here are my responses – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

good food for thought. answers pls.

Thanks Minal, here are the answers – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

want to explore more on this.. …. looking forward to the answers!!!!!

Malaya, Here are the answers – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Pareto analysis really helps a lot and in a great way… Eagerly awaiting to get my score

Hi Prolay, responses are at https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

It is interesting. I would like to receive views on question 3, 5 and 6.

Hi Priyanka, the responses are here – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Interesting questions. Amazing that you also see the 80-20 rule in the answers of these questions…

I look forward to see your post in three days.

Thanks for your comment. My response post is at https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/, just in case you have not seen it already. I look forward to further comments from you on this.

Hi

Ah… Nice idea. The problem is most of the questions are too ambiguous. I could make a case for either answer most of the time.

And some of the responses show a large lack of understanding about Pareto. For example… The last question. The fact that 80+20 = 100 is nothing but ‘coincidence’ – the numbers do NOT have to add to 100. Example? It is entirely possible for 99% of your productivity to be generated by 25% of your activity.

The real lesson in Pareto is that not all things are equal with respect to benefit/output. And if you select the more ‘valuable’ ones (activities, products, services etc) then there is an opportunity to focus your efforts there and increase your output/results without increasing your input.

I am also fascinated by Pareto as a management tool – you can find a presentation here: https://vimeo.com/71120021

Thanks Peter for your comment and share. I posted my responses at https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Interesting questions…waiting for the reply

Looking forward to the correct answers

Pareto helps in many ways to get a direction for the problems.

This exercise is Very interesting,and it makes me refresh on pareto concept. Thanks!! Looking forward the next post!!

Hi Mahendra, my responses are at https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Good to start

Interesting one. I am looking forward to see the views and discussions on the questions

Jeyanthi, here are the answers – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

The Pareto principle although universally applicable in business needs subjective interpretations.

Please bring out more questions on other six sigma tools. Thanks for sharing good questions

I am curious to see the “right” answers

good exercise

Pareto analysis is a excellent weapon for solving business critical problems

Interesting questions! what are the correct answers?

Hi Muthanna, the answers are at https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Hi Vishwadeep,

I would like to know your response and correct answers on Pareto analysis.

Sarika, here are the answers – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

like all theories, the pareto 80:20 rule is also very subjective. It does vary from scenario to scenario and with the perspective of the individual analysing the problem. There are no absolutes!

would like to see the correct response and the reason for correct answers

Excellent! Good to see all of my answers tally with the general consensus, while that itself may not be the proof of their correctness. Liked it and it makes me refresh on pareto concept.

Hi,

Can you please share the answers.

Navjot, responses are now at https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Interesting questions! Looking forward for the correct answers.

Thanks Sama, the answers are now at https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Al Adelgren, here are my answers – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

good questions

Thanks Manpreet.

Interesting, waiting to know the answers

Hi Himadri, good to see your comment. Answers coming up soon.

Thanks for the Questions Vishwadeep. It really gave a rejig to my understanding of Pareto. Looking forward to your answers.

Hi Suresh, Thanks for your comment.

I have answered all six , would like to see whether our answers are same …

Hi Uday, we do not have individual answers on record, just the totals. Shall post responses soon.

Very interesting game. Looking forward the final results. Thanks

Hi Thiago, Good that you liked it.

Pareto analysis is a great tool. Interesting questions.. I would like to know VK’s views.

Hi Sharanya, Thanks. My response is coming up very soon

Good artical about Pareto.Always eager to see your discussions.Can pareto analysis and FMEA(Failure Mode Effect Analysis) be treated as same? if yes/No then how .

Hi Shweta, Thanks. A Pareto Chart on RPN’s always makes sense. This helps us to focus on areas of highest risk.

Vishwadeep,

Please let me know your thoughts and if possible provide a scenario to explain the responses just like you have been doing it in the past few emails (story telling). Superb idea. Keep up the good work.

Ashok Motwani

Hi Ashok, Thanks for your comments. Yes, we shall discuss more soon.

I need to know the right one as 80:20 rule

pls share the accurate results

Yes, answers coming up soon.

please let me know my answers.. whether i am correct or not.

Hi Shridhar, we do not have any of your answers on record but you can compare them when they show up here in 3 days time.

its really recalling the lesson learnt i may not be correct for all 6 questions but after this i had a thought to recall my old reference books, Thanks great job.

Thanks Shekar.

Good thoughts, but I remain suspicious of surveys that require my email to get responses. What are you up to now? The trust issue persists in the implementation of CI with workers, and your approach to provide solutions later via an email does little to build trust into the process.

Hi Ted, I just wanted to make sure everyone keen to discuss more gets responses. Thanks for highlighting a different chain of thought. Removed that troublesome bit from the blog. Cheers!

a few were tricky for me. Looking for the results. 🙂

Sure, answers coming up soon.

Educative and improving analytic skills

Hi,

Please explain the below question a little more in detail. As I want to understand the significance of plotting cost on Y axis

While solving a business problem, the best way to work with a Pareto Chart is to plot number of occurrences on the left Y axis. Do you agree?

I would prefer something like total cost to rectify the issue or the extent of damage to business (in terms of risk) or something like revenue lost in place of occurrence. These may just make more sense than just occurrences. For example, a puncture may delay our movement but is easier to rectify (less cost) than say, a break failure (significantly higher cost) – both finally cause delay. So, you may like to eliminate the possibility of one break failure more eagerly than a hundred punctures.

Great Questions, Interesting Survey

Thanks Glenn. Good that you liked it.

Sir, I would like to know your answers for all the above questions.

Hi Manish, answers coming up soon. Thanks for the visit.

Very interesting exercise, look forward to get the answers

Venkatesh

Hi Venkatesh, good to see your response. Thanks.

Looking forward to seeing other responses.

Sure Vivek. Thanks for the visit.

Waiting for answers.

Yes, coming up soon, Dhinesh.

I’d like to see your results.

Sure John. Thanks for your comment.

Thanks. It is interesting.

Hi Satish, good that you liked it.

I would like to know your answers. Like to get more article on various topics from you.

Hi Parvathy, answers are here – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Good read.

Please share responses.

Thanks…

but I no the result

Dear Mr. Khatri,

Greetings !!

The first and second question needs more clarity, upon clicking on No, the answer shows % agree but in the Yes category it shows % of disagree

Hi Kamal, thanks for your comment. The tools shows how many people agree with your chosen response. My answers to six questions are now at – KK Gupta

Would like to know more details on the yes/no answers why it is y/n.For better and enhanced understanding.

thanks

Karthikeyan, my replies are here – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Exclusivity and repeated usage are 2 worrisome issues and need proper probing. There is always possibility of attention getting wrongly diverted, due to sheer percentages.

Wonderful questions.

Nice test!… Now, let’s see what are the “right” answers!

Thanks Marco – here are the answers – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

good questions.

What about my answers are they correct or not?? Result?? mainly q no 5

Kuldeep, the answers are at – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Yes Sir, I would like to know the answers.

Hi Krishna, the answers are at https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Good and simple questions that will refresh your basics on pareto understanding. But, the question on “mutual exclusivity”…i feel you should not exclude…plot all then look for high impacting ones; Awaiting for the answers

Please see the answers here – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Questions were framed wisely. Looking forward for your response Vishwadeep

The answers are at https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Hi, Interesting. Correct answers pls.

Rajneesh, answers are at – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Interesting game….. Looking forward to see the Answers… Thank you

Hi, Srilekha, the answers are at https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Curious to know your answer on question no 3….

Hi Aniket, my answers are at https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Very Interesting. Hoping for answers.

Hi Clari, the answers are at – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Awaiting for the results!

Suresh, here are the responses -https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Very interesting test indeed!

Would love to see the correct answers and the ‘why’ behind it

Hi Kevin, thanks for your comment. Here are the responses – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Waiting fr the results

Hi Sankar, thanks for your comment. Here are the responses – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

hi, good….awaiting your expert views

Hi Gopal, thanks for your comment. Here are the responses – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Pareto is a powerful concept and tool. I do not wish to discount it and appreciate the effort here to clarify it.

However, in many cases the Theory of Constraints (TOC) or dynamic system thinking will get you to leverage points that Pareto might miss. I recommend people doing causal analysis familiarize themselves with those thinking directions as well.

I agree with Larry. No doubt Pareto is a powerful tool and most used tool for casual analysis. One should also pay attention to those points that Pareto might miss.

Dear VK,

Well formulated questions. Really probes and bring out the best from every one of us.

Dear VK,

Well formulated questions. Really probes and bring out the best from every one of us.

Hi Ragu, thanks for your comment. Here are the responses – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Good excercise. Would like to know your answers on these questions.

Hi, Swapnil, thanks for your comment. Here are the responses – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Want to knw ur views as well VK.

Hi Deepmala, thanks for your comment. Here are the responses – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Waiting for the answers.

Hi Sarthak, thanks for your comment. Here are the responses – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Yes, I would like to read more and understand in a better way about this.

Thanks for starting these type of emails!! They will surely enhance the knowledge and understanding of lean six sigma.

Hi Simmi, thanks for your comment. Here are the responses – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Thanks for your comment, Alan. Statistical rounding for small numbers is another aspect leading to erroneous interpretation.

I would like to check the correct responses.

Hi Biswajit, thanks for your comment. Here are the responses – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

I think the ongoing discussion will be a good learning opportunity.

Hi Lewis, thanks for your comment. Here are the responses – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

I’m interested in the results

Hi, thanks for your comment. Here are the responses – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Good Topic to be discussed and good set of questions to provide more insights into the topic.

Hi, thanks for your comment. Here are the responses – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Very innovative question, I want to know more about this principal of Business ethics.

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Email is parvindersinghanthroplace@gmail.com

Regards

Parvinder singh

innovative questions. plz answer to question 3

Thanks for keep posting these interesting posts. It really helps to stay in touch with learning.

Excitedly waiting for your responses.

Thanks again.

Very thought provoking and looking forward to seeing what the final data tells us.

Really excellent questions. Even though myself answered the questions, still feeling shaky. Eager to know the real answers.

good

very interactive and Brilliant portray. would like to know the answer key

This is a good game. Actually, Pareto chart is useful, however it is not the only tool you can use. You need to be able to select the categories that are important and leads you to a gate for improvements. The bottom line of any tool is to improve. Focus on continuous improvements.

I am new to it (Six Sigma) and trying to understand. So I need a alot of learning. Thanks for getting me started.

Thanks for the quiz, Vishwadeep. Hoping to see some more thought provoking ones in the future!

Let me know about the results

Hi Vishwadeep Sir.Very interesting questions . It is forcing me to rethink the concepts of Pareto.I guess till you post the answers I will have a more detailed view about Pareto analysis .

Thanks for the articles though .They are very interesting and helpful. .

Yes please let me know- thanks,

Hi Vishwadeep,

Great question no doubt . looking for a clarification regarding Q.-6.

Is it necessary that total must be 100 all the times .

Thanks .

Prabhat

Good Questions. Thank you. Looking forward to more such games

The “Right” answer may be within the “Minority” votes (B mostly)

Good one…. Thanks for the innovative game….

good one.. would like to see the right answers

Hi, want to see the results of this survey, thanks. Its really a good one .

Hello Sir,

This is Saraswathi here. This Pareto Analysis tool/game is useful to focus on main problem categories and of course we should not even ignore least contributing factors in all aspects it may also depends for attacking the problem to find out alternative solution.

80 % of the Problem comes from 20 % of the causes for example. The descending order of cumulative frequency helps in identifying top categories of causes contributing the problem.

Thanks for the information. It is useful, informative and innovative quiz game..

Awaiting to know about the survey results.

Regards,

Saraswathi Sivakumar

Interesting questions. Looking to see where this heads

Its good and helps in transforming bookish knowledge to practical thinking.

Hi, thanks for presenting useful survey which force to think on some new aspects of parrato analysis.

Interested to see the results of this survey,

Thanks. Its really a good one

Please send me results

Its interesting and can be practiced

Pareto principle is universally applicable in every mans day to day life. For example whether a farmer or Housewife or Business Person or Professional.

Hi Sir

Good Day

Thanks for such interesting questions.

Interesting set of questions which will surely generate interesting discussions.Thanks!

Good teaser and food for thought for folks like us..Will be great to hear VK’s thoughts and arguments

Hello VK,

I have been using pareto for most of my business problems and have chosen all A’s . Looking forward to know the answers.

S Hema

Yes , I too would like to have your views in detail

Looking forword to know the answers

Please share the results

I would like to know the results too.

I would like to know the answers as well.

looking for answers with explanation .. 🙂

Sir according to me 1.A 2.B 3.A 4.B 5.B 6.B from 1-6 respectively. Please clarify me if i am wrong

Dear Sir,

was really thought provoking.. want to see your opinion.

Question are quite good but all question are theoretical bases so if we take any problem and move in much depth in that case all question have both answer right depends on cases so if possible plz share data base question so they can be more help full to improve knowledge .

waiting for answer

It is certainly interesting. I found most of my answers are matching with popular vote except one. Eager to know an expert view.

Thank you

Excellent questionnaire but I ma not sure what is net learning ??

Options are self explanatory and directing towards correct answer. Certainly look forward for result.

Thank You!

Pl respond with correct answers

Self explanatory for me.

Please let us know the correct answer and explanation for them.

Is there any correct answer for these questions?

Waiting for a fruitful discussion on the topics..

Hi,

Thanks for sharing such type of questioner. Please keep it up.

Nice application of Pareto Analysis. Waiting for the result.

i agree with all the points, its a very powerful tool

Waiting for ur comments

I agree with all your points and expect to see your comments.

Ashok

It’s a simple tool to be used carefully

Very Innovative concept. Request you to use for other topics as well.

Very useful!

I think Pareto was around a long time ago so I know that with my gut instinct I’ll probably be 80% right most the time. The problem is the other possibility that you me are anybody can be 20% wrong also create risk and worry that many do not want to take. So If you use statistical analysis of normalized data sets of 30> then you can have a confidence interval of 94% correctness with 6% chance of being wrong would be much better decisions with much less risk. I believe that Pareto 80-20 decision making is for making decisions on the fly when there is no other better way or time to make them. Remember we are all wrong at some point in time and nobody is ever right all the time.

Pls let me knw the answer

Need to know the answer.

All of these questions must be taken in context. Fun to explore

need to knw result

Can’t wait to see the results..

I qute: Excellent questionnaire but I ma not sure what is net learning ?? I guess this is one of 80 % thatonly wast my time!

NIce questionnaire. Eagerly awaiting your comments.

Good exercise.

Simple and relevant questions

Good Questions.

Would like to know the response

Interesting to see that even the answers mostly follow the 80-20 rule. Looking forward in seeing your answers

Questions are thought provoking. The trend shown need not be logical answer.look forward to your reasoning rather than just an answer.

Regards

Excellent questions, having understood the spirit of Pareto and his principle Q5 should be answered correctly by everyone. Surprised to see that it is 43% Vs. 57%. Looking for the detailed explanation on this question.

Hi, VK

The explanations on pereto was good enough but still require some more clarity on it.

Interesting exercise. Looking forward to see your comments and interpretation of this widely used tool…

I would be interested to see the correct results.

Please let us know the other views too.

I thought Pareto is simple, but this one makes me think quite a bit. Real learning happens when you think about application in different ways. Terrific post. The best I have seen this year!

Hi Vikram. Thanks for your comment.

Dear VK,

so, what is the message ?

1. be cautious while using Pareto?

2. Use pareto with other tools ?

3. Pareto by itself is meaningless unless it is used in a business context.

please post …before my head gets too hot…:) intelligent game and post, enjoyed it.

PARETO PRINCIPLE IS DEFENTLY NOT UNIVERSALLY APPLICABLE.

Find your updates / blogs very informative and incisive. Curious to see the results of the Pareto quiz.

this is a very enlightening exercise please keep it up

Deep understanding of Pareto,,, is it really only occurrence in Y axis?? It could be any other impact, like dollar……

Let me know the right answers.

Really interested to see VK’s comments !!!!!!!!!!!

Lets see whet the right answers are,…!!!

Looking forward to know the right answers.

yeah it was a good refresher.

Still i would like to know the expert’s answers and shall wait.

thanks for the exercise.

Hi VK,

Would like to have your answer to Q1.

Hello!

Mr. Vishwadeep Khatri

The approach is indeed remarkable.

Your innovative way of describing the subject, pareto, is inspiring.

It will be my pleasure to come/be in touch with you.

Awaiting your answers and more knowledge about pareto.

Warm Regards,

Interesting

Good one…please include me in all future discussions as well

It got really interesting this time.

Good Morning Mr. Vishwadeep Khatri

Just finished attempting your pareto questions and will wait till May 6 for the answers.

Your innovative way of describing the subject is very apt and practical The approach is indeed remarkable.

. I will look forward to such posts in future which can help me to fine tune the real life application of these concepts.

Warm Regards,

Bhaskar

Thanks for the challenge.

Gud Survey

hi

questions weer intrestign and made me think. would await your response. thank you.

Thanks Prasad, here are the responses – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Thank you for offering this opportunity to learn

Would like to see the deliberations on the responses and your comments.

Thanks

Hi Kiran, here are the responses – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

I am waiting for the results

Hi Murugesan, here are the responses – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Vishwajeet its a very good questionnaire ,question 5 & 6 is debatable ,want your expert comment as guideline

Thanks Sanjay, here are the answers – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Hi VK _ Interesting questionnaire! Thank you for sharing.

interesting, let us all share knowledge and find from our answers. i do not think that there is a universal truth, but the survey responses will enlighten us.

good job VK

Hi Paris, yes, I agree. It is a good opportunity to discuss, explore and learn.

Thanks Paris. Here are the answers – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Hi VK…..good quiz…..interested to see what are your responses!!!

Thanks Mayank, my responses are here – https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

good quiz…..interested to see what are your responses!!!

Interesting cartoon at the top of the page. If that pages was on the screen at a public school or university, the student would be on the 6 o’clock news and expelled.

Hi Yinka, thanks for your comment. Please see the answers at https://benchmarksixsigma.com/blog/let-us-play-pareto-part-2/

Hi,

This was an interesting, involving and learning experience. This only shows your years of experience in CI methodologies. Very useful.

Best regards

Ram Lonkar

http://mpowerbusinessmanagement.blogspot.in

Nice one thanks for recalling me

Thanks Shujauddin.

Good to judge

Good sharing thanks for the discussion

Good one… But need more like this Viswanth

Nice refreshment exercise and explained with relevant examples. Looking forward more such exercise