A fishbone diagram, also known as an Ishikawa diagram, is a popular tool used to analyze and display the multiple causes of a problem or issue. It is composed of a central "bone" representing the single source of the issue, with "branches" that represent the various components that lead to it. To make one out of paper mache, first cut several pieces of newspaper and use tape to form them into branches connecting off of your main "bone" shape. Then mix together flour, water, and salt (or any similar combination) to create paper mache glue and dip your newspaper strips in it before layering them onto your center shape. Once you are finished layering and shaping your fishbone-diagrams outer structure, let it dry and then paint for the finishing touches! With the help of EdrawMax, you can easily recreate a similar diagram.