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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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When Jack Welch set out GE’s Quality Vision 2000

I recently came across a question on a website about Six Sigma: What should be the primary objective – customer satisfaction or cost reduction?  The question still causes a lot of confusion which is quite prevailing among the Six Sigma … Continue reading

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Shareholder Value Is The Dumbest Idea In The World.

In March 2009, the ‘Financial Times’, the leading financial newspaper of US published a series of articles on ‘The Future of Capitalism’.  It published an interview with Jack Welch, who is widely regarded as the father of the “shareholder’s value” … Continue reading

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Indian Industry Is Not Able To Pin Down Exactly—What They Are Looking From The Students?

Lately Rajeev Jain posted his latest observation/comment on date: 2-March-2011 on the following thread at Linkedin.com: when the Industry say students are not “Industry ready”, what are the parameters? Rajeev Jain • “Last weekend, I was invited as Guest Speaker … 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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