# UPRA The 7 New Management and Planning Tools

Quiz by Lourdes Torralba, updated more than 1 year ago
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### Description

herramientas de mejora Quiz on UPRA The 7 New Management and Planning Tools, created by Lourdes Torralba on 03/25/2019.

## Resource summary

### Question 1

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In 1976, the JUSE saw the need tor tools to promote innovation, communicate information and successfully plan major projects.
• True
• False

### Question 2

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The new 7 tools replaced the 7 basic quality tools.
• True
• False

### Question 3

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The new 7 tools were developed to organize [blank_start]verbal[blank_end] data [blank_start]diagrammatically[blank_end]. The basic 7 tools are effective for data analysis, process control, and quality improvement ([blank_start]numerical[blank_end] data).
• verbal
• hypothetical
• numerical
• diagrammatically
• in text
• with images

### Question 4

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These tools are part of the seven basic:
• PDPC
• Pareto chart
• Scatter diagrams
• Tree diagram

### Question 5

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The cause and effect diagram is also known as:
• Histogram
• Fish bone diagram
• Flowchart

### Question 6

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This image is an example used in:
• Check sheet
• Pareto chart
• Scatter diagram

### Question 7

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Which is the name of the tool represented by this image?
• Cause and effect diagram
• Histogram
• Ishikawa diagram

### Question 8

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The basic seven tools: -Define problem [blank_start]after[blank_end] collecting numerical data. -[blank_start]Analytical[blank_end] approach. The new seven tools: -Define problem [blank_start]before[blank_end] collecting [blank_start]numerical[blank_end] data. -Generate ideas, [blank_start]formulate[blank_end] plans.
• after
• before
• Analytical
• formulate
• numerical

### Question 9

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Gathers large amounts of verbal data; then organizes the data into groups based on natural relationship.
• Tree diagram
• Affinity diagram
• PDPC

### Question 10

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Allow a team to systematically identify, analyze and classify the cause and effect relationships that are not easily recognizable and exist among all critical issues.
• Matrix Diagram
• Pareto Chart
• Relations Diagram

### Question 11

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The arrow diagram is also known as systematic diagram?
• True
• False

### Question 12

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The tree diagram is also known as or dendrogram?
• True
• False

### Question 13

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When do we use matrix diagram?
• When we need to evaluate quantitatively.
• When the price of failure is high.
• When we want to summarize customers requirements and compare them to the characteristics to achieve them.
• When we want to relate to groups (or more) of ítems to each other to give information about the relationship.
• After a brainstorming exercise.

### Question 14

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We use arrows diagram for working out optimal schedules and controlling them effectively.
• True
• False

### Question 15

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In the latest 3 years, people stopped using nodes for the arrows diagram.
• True
• False

### Question 16

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¿What is the meaning of PDPC? [blank_start]Process Decision Program Chart[blank_end]
• Process Decision Program Chart

### Question 17

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Identifies what might go wrong in a plan under development. Countermeasures are developed to prevent those problems.
• Tree diagram
• Relations diagram
• Histograms
• PDPC

### Question 18

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These "steps" are part of PDPC:
• Countermeasure
• Relations
• Plan
• Categories
• Problems

### Question 19

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List the 7 new tools: [blank_start]Affinity Diagram[blank_end][blank_start]Relations Diagram[blank_end] [blank_start]Tree Diagram[blank_end] [blank_start]Matrix Diagram[blank_end] [blank_start]Arrows Diagram[blank_end] [blank_start]PDPC[blank_end] [blank_start]Prioritization Matrix[blank_end]
• Affinity Diagram
• Flow chart
• Relations Diagram
• Check sheet
• Tree Diagram
• Cause and effect diagram
• Matrix Diagram
• Pareto chart
• Arrows Diagram
• Control charts
• PDPC
• Histograms
• Prioritization Matrix
• Scatter diagrams

### Question 20

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List the 7 basic quality tools: [blank_start]Flowchart[blank_end]. [blank_start]Check Sheet.[blank_end] [blank_start]Cause and Effect (fish bone) Diagram.[blank_end] [blank_start]Pareto Chart.[blank_end] [blank_start]Control Charts.[blank_end] [blank_start]Histograms.[blank_end] [blank_start]Scatter Diagrams.[blank_end]
• Flowchart
• Affinity diagram
• Check Sheet.
• Relations diagram
• Cause and Effect (fish bone) Diagram.
• Tree diagram
• Pareto Chart.
• Matrix diagram
• Control Charts.
• Arrows diagram
• Histograms.
• PDPC
• Scatter Diagrams.
• Prioritization matrix

### Question 21

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Benefits of New 7 quality tools:
• Provide training in thinking.
• Express verbal data diagrammatically.
• Raise people's problem solving confidence.
• Make information visible.
• Get more people involved.
• Increase people's ability to predict future events.

### Question 22

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The tool that you can see in the image refers to:
• Matrix Diagram
• Prioritization Matrix
• C Matrix

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