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February 19, 2014

Practical & ideal Leadership

In todays session class had concerns about how can leaders know who to promote and whom should be kept at the same level most importantly as he fits the role currently is at.

In more detail a good leader can be an effective one who recognizes the potential of an employee to promote him/ her and further refine his/ her ability to lead and become an effective/ god leader him/ her self. At present we see how promotions are earned, they are all in a rat race and base their methods on a stereotype that they have seen up-till now. When I say they have seen I mean how this problem has cascaded down on to them, resulting in a hard situation that they are left to face. They believe if they are good at their current position and acquire high sets of skills they should look forward to being promoted.

In an example I could relate was of sales man that how one can be an excellent sales person but is not necessary a good sales manager. Although, he/ she has the skills to pitch sales in the field but may not be seen fit as a sales manager. I think that a person of certain level of expertise does not necessary have the ability to delegate the powers

When employees are motivated by bosses who are autocratic and follow coercive leaders and expect that they should be the same. Therefore, they build up an organization of dysfunctional people. The reason why they have to restructure policies and strategies before expected.

Leadership has no dependency on age. We have all seen I believe how some of the batch mates as kids had the ability to lead in sports or academics thus have grown in to strong leaders and their skills enhanced with age. I think if any one ha such skills/ personality etc. should have a positive understanding to go beyond themselves by being selfless in their leadership style and set a positive example.

The smart way of doing so is to understand the work environment and go along with the ways that they already have incorporated in the organization. Later, should pick the ones who can possibly match the wavelength of the leader and educate them on how things should be than they are. Therefore, they will be able to see the good side of it and perform with the right guidelines. Every person is a CEO of his/ her floor/ department etc. and should know how he can engage employees and enhance his circle of influence and bring a change in the long run.

January 08, 2014

Product using Six Sigma (day 3)

In todays group work at PG hub we went through the literature and brainstormed to make slides for our presentation and were quite efficient to accomplish task in an aimed time frame.

The topic was quite familar to us therefore after our further findings we developed a better understanding on the topic leading us to a spot on presentation.

Hope we do our best on Friday!

Product using Six Sigma (day 2)

We had an ongoing session with Paul Roberts and went through the design process in detail. The team building exercises based on an interesting video taught us how to grade an existing product and configure the requirements of customers and with the help of DMADV how one can ensure customer satisfaction.

Further more with the help of primary, secondary and tertiary requirements our approach was changed the way we analyzed the process by analyzing customers (pilot and suppliers) needs and wants from tertiary to primary sector. The agenda was to make us think individually and categorize each requirement based on what we thought is best fit individually.

The statistical chart later helped us to grade and rank the importance of the product’s requirement. This chart is considered to be highly important as it can be used to make any analysis for making a decision of any kind in practical life yet alone in a company.

January 06, 2014

Product using Six Sigma (day 1)

In todays first class, Jane Marshal gave us an overview on PIUSS and explained its difference from ‘Process using Six Sigma’. Further more we went in a bit more interesting details of product focusing with the help of Six Sigma.

Post module ‘Process using Six Sigma’ helped me a lot to understand in class the gradual shift towards Product using Six Sigma and its basic methodology known as DMAIC is now DMADV.

Therefore, it’s the gradual improvement in the methodology as refined steps towards a defect free product. The aim is to manage damage control, most importantly completely eliminate the chances of any defects in design or any other stage of the product.

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