BMGI India


  • @BMGIIndia1 – My experience is that it reduces by half (or faster) each year after management fails to make it their number one priority. It also reduces by something less than half each year when mgt makes it their number one priority, due to diminishing returns (I would estimate reduction by about 1/3 each year).

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  • @BMGIIndia1 – if you are trying to be ironic, it doesn’t seem to have translated very well. 8 years, 6 months ago

  • @BMGIIndia1 – Wow, I hope for your colleagues’ sake that’s not the level of competence in your organization. 8 years, 7 months ago

  • I don’t agree @BMGIIndia1

    The best continuous improvement knows how to meld the tools of six sigma and lean. However, there isn’t as much distance between the tool sets as some would like others to believe.

    The tools are quite complementary. 8 years, 7 months ago