Six Steps Of Investigation
State how the potential cause could have resulted in the described problem.
Establish what type of data can most easily prove or disprove the potential cause. Develop a plan on how the study will be conducted. Identify the actions on an action plan.
Prepare the required materials to conduct the study. Training may also be required.
Collect the required data.
Analyze the data. Use simple statistical tools emphasizing graphical illustrations of the data.
State conclusions. Outline conclusions from the study. Does the data establish the potential cause as being the reason for the problem?
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