KJ Diagrams

  • Ulrich K
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This document provides basic instructions for the construction of KJ diagrams. KJ diagrams, also known as affinity diagrams, are a mechanism for collecting and organizing facts relevant to a problem. KJ diagrams focus on language data as opposed to numerical data and are especially useful for facilitating group problem solving efforts. The end result of a KJ diagram is typically a set of 4-7 causal factors that underlie a problem. The

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