March 2015 | Consultants Review
Management consultants deliver reports. But do they deliver results? Management consultants are manufactured. But do they have experience and wisdom of an advisor or catalyst?
10 February 2015 | Quality Progress, February 2015
A consulting firm was missing new business opportunities - and potential revenue - because its capture process was chaotic. A team deployed Six Sigma, flowcharts, cause and effect diagrams and brainstorming to establish a better process for recording opportunities. The rate at which the firm followed through on opportunities improved from 67% to 95%.
15 January 2015 | Qimpro Consultants Pvt. Ltd.
Management consultants deliver reports. But do they deliver results? Management consultants are manufactured. But do they have experience and wisdom of an advisor or catalyst?
December 2014 | Industry Watch - Electrical & Electronics
There is a need for improving business results by increasing the quality of products, services and processes. The tools and techniques to achieve a greater level of quality in the past may not be good enough for today.
December 2014 | Industry Watch - Electrical and Electronics
Most failures to make significant progress in quality are due to a poor choice of strategy. To make a wise choice of quality strategy, managers need adequate knowledge on how to achieve quality.
July 2014 | Tata Review
In the days when historians assumed that history, began with Greece, the Greek historian Herodotus recorded the first known reference to cotton grown in India: "Certain wild trees bear wool instead of fruit, which in beauty and quality excels that of sheep; and the Indians make their clothing from these trees"
18 March 2014 | Business Standard
Winning the IMC Ramkrishna Bajaj National Quality Award is a sterling achievement.
10 March 2014 | Arab Business Review
In this paper we proposed a framework for an effective and efficient design and implementation of the ISO 9001 Quality Management System (QMS) standard, especially in small businesses.
January-December 2014 | Efficient Manufacturing
In the late 1980s, the manufacturing industry took the lead in introducing Quality Management Systems, out of fear that overseas customers would not purchase from them unless they had an ISO 9001 against their name.
6 January 2014 | Gazeta Global
Like many quality professionals, I’ve seen scores of quality methods come and go over the years. Most methods generate hype initially, but their use tends to wane as reports surface on failures to realize operational and business gains. Then the inevitable controversy and debate begins. Professionals and organizations ask: Why did that happen? Whose fault is it? Is the organization or method to blame?
9 - 22 December 2013 | Business India
Quality is a way of life at Amul and GCMMF, which markets the milk and the dairy products brand that makes all efforts to ensure that everything it does reflects excellence.
11 October 2013 | The Economic Times
The biggest challenge HR heads face while implementing an analytics project is integrating data. Not only does the system need HR data, it also needs business data and all of needs to be in a single data warehouse.
27 May - 9 June 2013 | Business India
Tata Innovista was instituted as a "process to multiply innovation," says Sunil Sinha, chief operating officer, Tata Quality Management Systems. First started in 2006, the purpose of the awards is three-fold, according to Sinha; first, they are to "recognise innovation and bring it to the fore" of the Tata group.
May-June 2013 | Efficient Manufacturing
Legitimacy in leadership is possible only through visible leadership. When a leader begins to behave in the way in which he/she wants others to be, such a leader will be more likely to be modeled as exemplary.
13 - 26 May 2013 | Business India
In every management sphere, leadership holds the key to setting the direction for organizational change and influencing people to follow that path.
12 March 2013 | Business India
Most organizations commence the journey to Performance Excellence by building quality management systems. Without a foundation in place, these organizations get rapidly disillusioned.
17 February 2013 | Business India
In today's competitive scenario, organisations will do well to invest in their employees, and continue to keep them motivated and happy.
23 DEcember 2012 | Business India
"When I started in 1987, quality was not even on the agenda for anybody," says Suresh Lulla, Founder and Managing Director, Qimpro Consultants. "What was rejected in factories went into the open market for spare parts. There was no concept of quality management."
14 October 2012 | Business India
Businesses differentiate themselves from other players in the market through the innovations they bring into their products and solutions
19 August 2012 | Business India
Virtually every human activity adds a certain amount of carbon emissions into the earth's atmosphere. Technically, carbon footprint stands for a certain amount of greenhouse gaseous (GHG) emissions that are relevant to climate change and associated with human production or consumption activities.