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Mayank Gupta

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    Mayank Gupta
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  1. Interesting examples of usage of TRIZ provided by everyone. Best answer provided by Pradeepan Sekar for giving the most holistic answer - highlighting the constraints, how they could be resolved and by providing some real time usage of TRIZ. Also review the answer provided by Mr Venugopal R, Benchmark Six Sigma's in-house expert.
  2. All answers have very interesting takes on how Hammurabi's Code is relevant in the organizations today. Kudos to all of you! There are three winners for this question because of their depth in explaining the code and how organizations' will be able to implement it - Pradeepan Sekar, Senthilkumar G and Selva Mariappan Subramanian
  3. Box plot calculates the maximum value from the data itself. One data set cannot have 3 different maximum values. The maximum value might be occurring three times in the data set, but it will be the same value that occurs again. Imagine it like this, in an exam, there could be 3 toppers. In this case all 3 of them got the same marks.
  4. Hello Sridhar What you are referring to is an automated tool that could help you identify the data distribution and then confirm the sample size. I am not sure that such approach would be useful. Every data set is unique and you will need a pair of eyes to look through and make sense of the data. Regards Mayank Gupta
  5. The best answer for this question has been provided by Pradeepan Sekar. Also review the answer provided by Mr Venugopal R, Benchmark Six Sigma's in-house expert.
  6. While all published answers are correct, Senthilkumar G has provided the correct answer to this question. Also review the answer provided by Mr Venugopal R, Benchmark Six Sigma's in-house expert.
  7. The best answer to this question is provided by Senthilkumar G and Ajay Sharma.
  8. While all published answers are correct, Shashikant Adlakha, Senthilkumar G and Mala Pulickel have provided the best answer. Congratulations to all!
  9. Instruction Creep is a phenomenon that plagues not just the SOPs but every situation where a set of instructions has to be followed. Most recent example could be the COVID-19 guidelines and instructions by the Central government that all states and district administrations must follow. The volume of these instructions is humongous and hence the administrators have a tough time understanding and following them. The best answer to this question has been provided by Ram Kumar Chaudhary. Ajay Sharma's answer is also worth a read as he has highlighted the KISS principle. Also review the answer provided by Mr Venugopal R, Benchmark Six Sigma's in-house expert.
  10. All published answers are correct and great. There are 4 winners for this question - Shashikant Adlakha, Satyajit Das, Senthilkumar G and Mala Pulickel for clearly highlighting how reporting bias should be avoided. Also review the answer provided by Mr Venugopal R, Benchmark Six Sigma's in-house expert.
  11. Best answer has been provided by Shashikant Adlakha as he has explained the Ansoff Matrix along with an application. Do read the answer by Dr. Arvind Khanijo as he has elaborated how Ansoff Matrix can be used for a hospital. Also review the answer provided by Mr Venugopal R, Benchmark Six Sigma's in-house expert.
  12. Shashikant has demonstrated the applicability of the model to a hospital along with the calculation of the service quality. Hence his answer has been selected as the best answer. Ajay's answer is also a must read to understand the 22 questions and their split across RATER.
  13. Hello Looking at the box plots, one will conclude that the temperature of both slots is similar. I will not be able to comment on whether these temperatures are acceptable or not as I do not know about the particular process.
  14. Hello Looking at the data and the requirements, below is my recommendation 1. Your data shows temperature can go below -75C and also above 85C. This is evident from both the raw data file and also the specific data that you used for box plot 2. Your lean expert is right, box plot can help you check the performance and basis the analysis for Slot 2 and Slot 3 show a similar trend. Refer the diagram below
  15. Hello Could you please share your data basis which the box plots were crunched? Also, what is the purpose of the study? Why are you using a box plot?
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