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When EXCELLENCE & BRILLIANCE is reverse-engineered….??

Lately I was going through with the latest post made by one of prominent blogger Jim Taggart who essentially thrives while writing about ‘Leadership’ from various vistas.  In his post, he was attempting to search about an intersection-point that probably … Continue reading

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The Myth Of The ‘Great’ and ‘Charismatic’ Leader

The classical & most pervasive thought-line from the world of business & management puts the heaviest emphasis on the ‘great leadership’ as the single-most distinguishing variable in the success of great companies of the world.  Yes–in a way, this seems … Continue reading

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The Myth Of The ‘Great Idea’ of Business

We generally tend to think that a great company needs a ‘great business or product idea’ to make its foundation.  This may seem hugely correct.   But in the hindsight, this is probably one of the greatest myths of business world. … Continue reading

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A 30,000-Feet Perspective Of Six Sigma

There is nothing which compares to the effectiveness of Six Sigma when it comes to improving a company/organization’s operational efficiency, raising its productivity, and lowering its costs.  Six Sigma improves design processes, gets products to market faster with fewer defects, … Continue reading

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GE’s Early Days With Six Sigma

In 1995, they came to know that for most companies the average defect rate was 35,000 defects per million operations.  Getting to Six Sigma quality level means that you have fewer than 3.4 defects per million operations in a manufacturing … Continue reading

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