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    Sourabh Nandi
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  2. The Golden Ratio is a mathematical ratio found almost anywhere, like nature, architecture, painting, photography, and music. When applied to design specifically, it creates an organic, balanced, and aesthetically-pleasing composition. The Golden Ratio is derived when we divide a line into two parts and the longer part (a) separated by, the smaller section (b) is equal to the sum of (a) + (b) divided by (a), which both equal to 1.618. This formula helps us to create shapes, logos, layouts, and more. Using the same idea, we can create a golden rectangle. The below diagram
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  5. The Quality Tools - Interrelationship diagram The purpose of Six Sigma is to improve quality by minimizing variability. In variation reduction, several statistical methods are employed to verify the quality at different project stages. The seven management tools are used primarily for planning and managing are: The activity network diagram (AND), or arrow diagram Affinity diagram (KJ method) Interrelationship diagram Tree diagram Prioritization matrix Matrix diagram Process decision program chart (PDPC) Interrelationship diag
  6. Morphological Matrix Morphological Analysis (MA) is coined by a Swiss-national astrophysicist - Fritz Zwicky. MA is a creative problem-solving technique for systematically structuring and exploring all the possible solutions to a multi-dimensional, complex problem and a powerful tool for generating creative ideas and designing a new product and service. For any significant part of business, success comes from agility and quality of decision-making. Such good decision-making leads to performance enhancements by diminishing rework and driving benefits to the bottom line faster. Lean Six Sig
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