Once you test a change and find that it leads to improvement, you’ll probably want to convince other people to try it. But if all you’ve got to show is a list of numbers, don’t expect anyone to be too impressed. Displaying your data in a dynamic manner provides a clearer picture of whether your changes are leading to improvement. It can also help win over skeptics who are resistant to change. In this lesson, you’ll learn to build run charts to display your data.
Estimated Time of Completion: 20 minutes
After completing this lesson, you will be able to:
1. Explain the difference between static and dynamic displays of data.
2. State the value of plotting data over time.
3. Identify the basic elements of a run chart.
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