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    Mayank Gupta
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  1. There is no best answer to this question. In terms of Project Management, scope refers to the detailed list of expected deliverables after the successful completion of the project. In the initiation phase, there is a high level of understanding of scope which is then detailed out (using tools like WBS) in the planning phase along with resource requirements and predecessors. In DMAIC approach, scope refers to the boundaries of the process within which the improvement or change is required.
  2. Rajesh Chakrabarty has clearly explained the steps involved in Theory U and his answer has been selected as the best answer.
  3. Both the published answers have given good examples to highlight the difference between statistical and practical significance. Hence, both have been selected as the winners.
  4. Rajesh's answer explains VRIO framework in detail along with an example and hence has been selected as the winner.
  5. Sundeep has provided the correct explanation of the tool along with a relevant example and hence his answer has been selected as the best answer.
  6. While all published answers are great, the one answer that stands out in terms of details regarding the explanation, usage and a relevant example is from Rajesh Chakrabarty. Hence, his answer has been selected as the best answer!
  7. Sundeep's answer has been selected as the best answer for the examples quoted for use of process mining at various stages of RPA. Rajesh's answer is also a must read as he has highlighted the 3 types of process mining.
  8. All published answers are good and are well supported by relevant examples. However Natwar Lal's answer stands out with respect to the examples quoted for 4-Eyes principle as a value add or non value adding activity. Therefore his answer has been selected as the winning answer.
  9. All the published answers have beautifully explained the concepts of Improvement and Coaching Kata with relevant examples. All the three have been selected as best answers.
  10. While all published answers are correct, Rajesh Chakrabarty has explained the concept of CEDAC along with an example and hence his answer has been selected as the best answer.
  11. Rajesh Chakrabarty has given the best answer to this question by supporting his answer with examples.
  12. All the published answers are correct. While Sanjay's answer brings about the view point of DMAIC vs DFSS need, Titus' answer builds on a recent experience with cherry picking. However the two answers which give a holistic comparison of pros and cons of cherry picking w.r.t project selection are from Sundeep and Rajesh. Hence both the answers have been selected as best answers.
  13. Rajesh and Sundeep's answers have been selected as winners as both have provided multiple examples of various technologies that are at various stages of HYPE Cycle. Well done!
  14. Hello Nagraj You need to determine the accuracy of the measuring device. But looking at the image and the question, the weight 30.8 Tons seems to be very very high as compared to the actual standard weight range that was used (as per image). In such cases, gauge might suffer linearity failure.
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