September 18, 2016

10 important things for creating highly effective posters

Poster-Visualizing your thoughts Posters are great way of visualization the power of learning. People remember things more, if they visualize things. The posters located at strategic location helps in conveying message of the top management to the whole team. Posters are the messages to all. Things that are important for best poster building are; The […]

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March 24, 2016

Case Study – Frequent maintenance in Stack Analyser (Banish MUDA)

Case Study – Frequent maintenance in Stack Analyser (Banish MUDA) This is a beautiful case study resembling positive approach of the team towards finding solution. A stack analyser was having very high frequency of maintenance. Being mounted in stack of incineration plant, the probe was exposed to dust & acidic gases, which were the main […]

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March 4, 2016

Failure mode & effect Analysis (FMEA)

An Engineering technique for system reliability improvement. FMEA refers to a structural tool to identify potential failures at component level, the causes of these failures, and effect these failures will have on the operation of the system. Steps: 1. Determine product & gather associated data. 2. List all the possible failure modes. This is a […]

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February 27, 2016

Flight 5390 Wind Screen Failure

British air ways flight 5390 Wind Screen blown out & the chief pilot got sucked outside the cockpit-Root Cause Analysis Airway is the safest ways of transport in today’s world. This has been achieved by continual improvement by way of analyzing failures & putting strict compliance to findings. This is dedication of airlines & related […]

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February 27, 2016

Vanila ice cream stopped my car

Sound crazy!!! Isn’t it. Go through an amazing piece of case study of root cause analysis, how a Pontiac car owner surfaced an interesting issue which is hard to believe. A complaint was received by the Pontiac Division of General Motors: ‘This is the second time I have written to you, and I don’t blame […]

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