Develop a flowchart that represents the most appropriate approach to working with data regarding their issue or problem. Illustrate the data collection and analysis process and how this data will be used to inform organizational improvement using Piktochart, Canva, or some other tool. You can represent this information in any kind of visual format that works best for you.
In addition to the flowchart, you will provide an explanation (1-2 pages) of the flowchart that explains anything the audience might overlook or misinterpret. Consider this section the overview you would give in a meeting to a roomful of stakeholders. What should be in the overview that helps clarify key points in the process? What kinds of questions do you anticipate stakeholders asking about the flowchart?
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