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  Dear all,   I am here to ask a couple of questions regarding the bowtie method. From what I have been able to gather online the bow tie examples I usually find are related to the oil & gas industry, chemicals and similars. I understand that those are the industries where the bowtie was first originated.   So I am wondering, does anyone know if the bowtie is compatible with the consumer products industry? Do you know any example of a consumer products company using it? Is it ok to leave out the Hazzard Object, when documenting a process on bowtie?   kind regards, Anais  

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