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  2. Hi Ruchika, Projects on reducing on-boarding time are common and I have supported many. Unable to share a project here due to confidentiality agreements. On-boarding processes may be different based on role, industry and complexity. I am not sure if a sample project will help much. Let me know if you have a specific question.
  3. Hi Divyesh, My reply is a bit delayed but here is - To understand how careers are impacted by Six Sigma, kindly read the article on the link below to get a good idea.
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  5. How Six Sigma impacts you and your career can be explored at the link below-
  6. Hi Jaideep, Please go through the following article - Another post that distinguishes the two is here -
  7. Hi, A Green Belt professional can progress for Black Belt very soon, if he has any of the following beliefs If he is in a senior position and can drive cross-functional business result improvement projects. If he wants to make a career in Six Sigma or Process Excellence/ Business Excellence. If he feels confident of his abilities and is willing to take up bigger challenges. Let me know if you have more queries.
  8. Here is a link that shows Healthcare applications - You may also like to see feedback for our training from Healthcare industry -
  9. Does your organization support Six Sigma initiatives? if yes, approach them. If no, approach us to convince them.
  10. Hi Jitesh, The objective of Six Sigma is to enhance process/ product performance so as to meet/ exceed customer expectations first time and every time. Customer Service - Six Sigma projects can help in following ways - 1. Eliminate complaints. 2. If elimination of complaints is not possible, resolve issues faster and in a perfect manner. Customer Retention - A delighted customer continues to utilize services and is not just retained but brings referral/ repeat business for the company. Service Quality - If defect reduction is the objective, Six Sigma fits in very well. The core idea in Six Sigma is to reduce defects in a significant manner, preferably to zero. Escalations - The ideal approach is to not have complaints/ issues at the first place. If complaints are unavoidable, they should be resolved first time right promptly and there should be no need for escalations. In some complex situations, escalations are unavoidable, we would like to ensure escalations are done by staff instead of customers and minimized as much as possible.
  11. Hi Ram, I agree with your answer in general but not with the final section. Kindly note that reaching six sigma level is not the goal. For some processes, 3 sigma is good enough and for some others 7 sigma is insufficient. The idea is to reach a sustainable performance level that makes enough business sense. Both DMAIC and DMADV aim at this.
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  14. The DMAIC methodology, instead of the DMADV methodology, should be used when a product or process is in existence at your company but is not meeting customer specification or is not performing adequately. The DMADV methodology, instead of the DMAIC methodology, should be used when: A product or process is not in existence at your company and one needs to be developed The existing product or process exists and has been optimized (using either DMAIC or not) and still does not meet the level of customer specification or Six Sigma level
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  27. It exceeds my expectations since it is to Identify, Evaluate and control the new process. - Saravana Kumar M, Operations Manager, Amazon.com The way of delivery was good. - Shailendra Pratap Singh, Team Leader, Snapdeal Very interesting and helpful session which can help you approach the problem faced at work differently and also provide you tools to solve them efficiently. - Satish Chugh, Senior Manager, Flipkart.com SS BB Course conducted by Mr. Vishwadeep Khatri is definitely a benchmark in terms of the elaborate manner in which each step and tool of the Six Sigma process were explained. - Anshuman Mishra, Strategist, Google India Pvt. Ltd. Provides a clear roadmap as to how a Black belt project can be identified and completed successfully. - Sylvia Packiam J, Assistant Quality Manager, Mobius knowledge Services Very informative and useful sessions and course. Thanks! - Anita RV Raj, Support Operations, Google India Pvt LTD A comprehensive way of learning a vast topic. - Arpita Ray Chaudhuri, Assistant Quality & Training Manager, Utsav Fashion Pvt Ltd
  28. IT WAS AN EYE OPENING SESSION, POWERFUL STATISTICAL TOOLS FOR SOLVING PROBLEMS AT ROUTE LEVEL. - ABDUL SATHAR PUTHIYA PURAYIL, MANAGER, AGRICO AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT W.L.L., QATAR Excellent coaching on Black belt Training given by the Faculty. - M.KARTHIK, ASST.MANAGER, INZI CONTROLS INDIA LTD Good training for all range of people to get into six sigma projects. - G L N Murthy, MTR Foods Pvt Ltd
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