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Recession Solution for Indian Companies - The Toyota Way!
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07 May 2009, 16:23
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Organizations from all sectors, of all sizes, all over India are facing very tough challenges: recession, volatility, poor governance. We are in the midst of a mega crisis.

Most leaders,...

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How to Double your Profit in an Economic Recession
posted by Suresh Lulla
10 Mar 2009, 15:21
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Dear Quality Professionals,

I have been receiving a long string of communication on the role of a quality professional in the global economic meltdown.

The discussion is philosophical...

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2009: Better be Better
posted by Suresh Lulla
24 Dec 2008, 20:49
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In 2009, the economic recession is unlikely to turn around.

Neither will the terrorists stop their trade.

Nor will global warming change course.

We, in India, can probably deal...

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Ensuring job and social security during economic recession
posted by Suresh Lulla
16 Dec 2008, 16:52
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Last week I was a member of a roundtable organized by Dignity Foundation to discuss the impact of the global economic meltdown on the life of senior citizens in India. The roundtable was organized ...

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Making Jet and Kingfisher profitable, without layoffs!
posted by Suresh Lulla
24 Oct 2008, 16:55
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Job security of employees is one of the core values of organizations pursuing performance excellence. It is a key component of employee satisfaction, which in turn is a prerequisite for achieving c...

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The Titanic, crude oil and Tiger Hill
posted by Suresh Lulla
18 Jul 2008, 17:38
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When there is a change in the economic, political or business environment, it is best to question every assumption you have been working with. Currently, in India, we are confronted with all three cha...

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The New Microeconomics
posted by Suresh Lulla
27 Jun 2008, 18:22
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In a competitive environment, organizations strategize differentiation through:
  • The features of their offereings, and
  • The quality of their deliverables.
Better features b...

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Pay for crude oil with chronic waste
posted by Suresh Lulla
09 Jun 2008, 19:56
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labels: JM Jurancost of poor qualityemissions / sustainabilityefficiency

Morgan Stanley predicts that global crude oil prices are headed for $150 a barrel by 4 July 2008.  We are almost there.  Both in terms of price and time.

How will business survive...

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Teaching to learn and learning to teach: perfecting customer relationship building in a school environment
posted by Suresh Lulla
18 Apr 2008, 20:31
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labels: quality managementeducationcustomer relationship management

A four-feet-something tot lugging a schoolbag would probably be the last image to pop up in your mind when you hear the word “customer”. But the DAV Public School, New Panvel, has proved some of th...

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Zero emissions
posted by Suresh Lulla
11 Apr 2008, 14:08
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I am a stubborn advocate of “Higher Quality Costs Less”.

Two decades ago, many business leaders were under the impression that to improve quality, they had to significantly add to their cost...

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Reducing COPQ can unlock huge values
posted by Suresh Lulla
01 Apr 2008, 20:08
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I met with Mr Montek Singh Ahluwalia on 21 March, 2008 at the IMC Ramkrishna Bajaj National Quality Award and IMC Juran Quality Medal Award Ceremony, in Mumbai. A delightful person; very careful wi...

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Dr Juran: tributes
posted by Suresh Lulla
24 Mar 2008, 22:04
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On 20 March, 2008 a public meeting was held at the Indian Merchants’ Chamber, Mumbai, to pay tributes to Dr Joseph M Juran. The meeting was attended by over 200 persons: business executives, quality p...

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The Juran Trilogy
posted by Suresh Lulla
14 Mar 2008, 21:13
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The teachings of Dr J M Juran are profound. They centre around the principle of the Juran Trilogy.

In discussing the subject with my colleagues at Qimpro, I confessed that each time I flirte...

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Joseph M Juran (1904 – 2008)
posted by Suresh Lulla
07 Mar 2008, 12:39
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Dr Joseph M Juran, one of quality’s most influential pioneers, transmigrated on Thursday, 28 February, at the age of 103.

Dr Juran. My Guru.

I was at a meeting in Pune, when I receive...

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