Process Decision Program Chart

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Process Decision Program Chart - short version

A tool that is used to help brainstorm possible contingencies or problems associated with the implementation of some program or improvement.

Process Decision Program Chart - long version

Process Decision Program Chart (PDPC) is a technique designed to help prepare contingency plans. The emphasis of the PDPC is to identify the consequential impact of failure on activity plans, and create appropriate contingency plans to limit risks. Process diagrams and planning tree diagrams are extended by a couple of levels when the PDPC is applied to the bottom level tasks on those diagrams. From the bottom level of some activity box, the PDPC adds levels for:

1. identifying what can go wrong (failure mode or risks)

2. consequences of that failure (effect or consequence)

3. possible countermeasures (risk mitigation action plan)


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