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Histogram - This is graphical representation

of the distribution of numerical data achieved

by dividing the entire range of values into a

series of intervals or "bins" and then counting

how many values fall into each bin. The bins

must be adjacent and are often of equal size.

Scatterplot - This is a mathematical

diagram that uses coordinates to display

values for typically two variables. It gives a

good visual picture of the relationship between

the two variables.

Project planning is the next task for a team to describe what the

project will focus on and how it will be approached. There are two

tools that help to define the project:

Project Charter - This is a critical

component of project planning and initiation

and is referred to throughout its lifecycle.

The project charter is a single consolidated

source of information about the project and the

stakeholders involved.

What is in a Project Charter?

• Aim (WHAT)

• Reason for the effort (WHY)

• Expected outcomes (defines WHAT

specifically, still not HOW)

• How do we know that a change is an

improvement? (Project Measures)

• What changes can we make that will

result in improvement?

• Project scope

• Participation (Team membership)

• Sponsorship

Driver Diagram - This is an immensely

powerful tool that helps you translate a high

level improvement goal into a logical set of

underpinning goals and projects. It captures an

entire change programme in a single diagram

and also provides a measurement framework

for monitoring progress.

https://improvement.nhs.uk/resources/creatingdriver-diagrams-for-improvement-projects/

(please note to disable macros to use driver

diagram tool)

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