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Audit Checklist

An audit checklist is a set of questions that must be answered to verify requirements or standards are being met. It compensates for the limitation of human memory and helps the observer to ensure that nothing is missed or left behind. It enables the observer to better address compliance gaps and provides an opportunity for continuous improvement. Common examples of checklists are: to-do lists, preventive maintenance schedules, safety audit checklists and 5S audit checklists.

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Prioritization Matrix

Prioritization Matrix

Many real-life decision-making situations have several conflicting criteria that need to be considered at the same time. Traditionally, this is often dealt with by applying trial-and-error methods, or by relying on the experience of people. In such situations, decision makers are required to use prioritization in order to make effective decisions. Prioritization is an essential skill that needs to be mastered by professionals to make the best use of their own and their teams’ time and effort.

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Paired Comparison

Paired Comparison Analysis

Paired Comparison Analysis is an activity for evaluating a small range of options by comparing them against each other. It is a useful and easy technique for rating and ranking alternatives where the evaluation criteria are subjective by nature. This is practically helpful when priorities are not clear enough, when alternatives are completely different from one another, or when there is little objective data to base our decision on.

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