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Kavitha Sundar

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    Kavitha S
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    Omega Healthcare Management Services Limited
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    Manager - opex

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  1. Hi Sehgal, I am also interested to do this. Please let me know your available time to do the same. Do share your contact number. May i know from which place you are from. thanks Kavitha
  2. Yes. there is a strong correlation between Vop and VOC. Customer's requirement is always a verbatims. These verbatims has to be translated into CTQ of the process to adhere to. it is always a statement given by the customer and meaning of the statement is what translated into VOP. VOP is nothing but, the current state's performance against the customer needs, expectations, preferences,choices, etc. Hence there should be a connect always to VOP and VOC to delight the customer and retain the business.
  3. For app-based cab service provider, the customer satisfaction score ranking would be as follows.. CAC - CES - CSat - NPS - Chrun 1. CAC - Is the cost used to convert the onlooker into consumer of the product. In simple terms the marketing cost. it is most important metric for companies and investors to look upon. How much they had to spend to get the number of customers. 2. CES - It is ranked top second because in my view, once the customer is attracted to the service / offers, the customer should utilize it or experience the service offered to him. He / She
  4. Sir, this is what we are discussing. You took the decision of hiring such candidate without project experience but able to prove. So, the hiring conditions should not so strict that it should be documented, followed diligently with no deviations. If the trained BB has all potentials to prove his LSS knowledge, Completion of BB project should not be a barrier for his next level career growth. thanks Kavitha
  5. @ all (Who supports the view of Yes - project experience is required) Most of you would have got selected as freshers in the company when started their careers. Did the organisation say that you are a fresher and no job for you here? No. They picked you, trained you and utilized you in completing their deliverable. Even in Lean six sigma industry, they pick people, train them, make them to do project and motivate them to do GB. They even expose them in GB projects. the similar way, the people who have completed their GB with project experience would be promoted to next
  6. @ Venugopal Sir, I didn't say if the organisation does not provide BB the opportunity of completing a BB project. What i meant is ... 1. I just completed my BB and due for promotion of managerial role 2. My organisation is interested in taking up small projects like Kaizens, Lean or even 8D approach but not DMAIC of BB project. 3. Organization is interested in recruiting a manager with BB certification In this case, if i am in the position of recruiting, i would see the project knowledge in terms of theory, and application of tools If the perso
  7. sir, I am not saying we have to redefine the criterion for a BB. But if required, we definitely can. My context to the previous explanation is related to managerial role.. GB promoted to next level with prerequisite of BB completion certificate was my context. My state is again, No. If BB is to promoted for managerial level, project completion is not mandate if he / she possess all relevant skill sets. If the interviewer is able to extract the good of him, there is a success. thanks Kavitha
  8. Hi Sir, Good day. I support that the BB requires a formal education with certificates of completion. I will try to simulate a scenario. If i am a GB and undergone a BB training and completed the course with formal certification process. My organisation is only interested in short wins like Kaizen, lean, etc and not project taking more duration or there is no opportunity for any BB project.. In such case, i will only be able to demonstrate the knowledge but not practical experience. Practical experience i will be able to demonstrate only if i simulate w
  9. No. As per the previous question, if the organisation does not allow the BB/ GB to do a DMAIC project, the opportunity is not given to him to prove his skill set. But in such cases, he can only refresh his knowledge and simulate a project experience and move on to next firm if there is an opportunity. Hence the BB / GB should be ready to take up a project and prove his skill set at any point in time even if we don't get an opportunity. He can also use lean approach instead of DMAIC / DMADV. So, the project using DMAIC / DMADV methodology application should
  10. Green belts / Black belts should have their authority in their respective processes and can get the work done effectively. If the organisation has no policy to take up the project formally, still they can improve the process by following ways. 1. PDCA Cycle - As per the PDCA cycle, the pain areas can be identified, planned accordingly, implement the actionable, Check frequently and act accordingly. 2. Simple Kaizens - without naming the activity as Kaizen, the team can create small " quality Circles" and identify the pain areas and improve the process with recommendations. 3. Pr
  11. Hi Rajesh, Thanks for your input. 1. Cars - Is there any news saying a brand new car within lets say, 50 kms wear and tear has issues like fires, etc.? No. It happens due to its rough handling or as part of its own wear and tear mechanism. 2. w.r.t electrical work - due to special causes, the variations in the process can happen. but it is not happening in all the process. The point here is if the builder uses low quality product, the defect can happen. Can you please compare the frequency of shocks at home material and with big big organisations? Good quali
  12. Hi Sathya, So, you mean to say that out of 10 flight landings on a given day, we get one crash per day on a regular basis, because human can go wrong? Everyday, one patient dies of cardiac arrest when he had gone for a simple tonsillectomy procedure? Never, with regular practice, frequent upgradation of the system in terms of knowledge, technological advancements, etc, the errors are at the zero level. With continuous monitoring, application of process maps in order to eliminate the waste and minimise the defects, the zero defect concept is possi
  13. Producer's risk - Good lot rejected due to sampling error.(Type I Error) Consumer's risk - bad lot accepted thinking it is good.(Type II Error) Rule : if d<=c, accept lot, else reject lot(c- acceptance number, d- defectives in sample) In summary, type I error is falsely inferring that something is there, when it is not present and type II is vice versa. As per the question, when the consumer rejects the bad lot, the producer's risk will increase. Its true. When the correct decision is not made on rejecting or accepting the lot, the consumer might be in
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