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Khwaja
Moinuddin

Khwaja Moinuddin

Dr. Khwaja Moinuddin is a business excellence leader who has over 14 years of experience leading, implementing, managing and sustaining Continuous Improvement/Transformation/Agile methodologies in manufacturing, logistics and service industries globally. He has worked with people at all levels from shop floor to senior management (including CEOs) and trained/educated them on continuous improvement methodologies and has brought about the awareness on "True" Continuous Improvement. If you have any questions/comments about this article or CI methodologies, Dr. Khwaja can be contacted at khwaja.moinuddin@gmail.com.

In many scenarios, new lean six sigma practitioners, uncertain about the methodology, tend to get confused on when to use the different lean six sigma tools. This article, the second of a two-part series, gives an overview on when to use different Lean Six Sigma/Change Management tools and in which phases of DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze,...Full Article »
In many scenarios, new lean six sigma practitioners, uncertain about the methodology, tend to get confused on when to use the different lean six sigma tools. This article, the first of a two-part series, gives an overview on when to use different Lean Six Sigma/Change Management tools and in which phases of DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze,...Full Article »
We need to break away from the debate of which methodology is the best for which domain, writes contributor Khwaja Moinuddin. Instead, study the different methodologies/tools/principles to find out which elements work best for a particular problem or initiative. Here's a primer.......Full Article »
We know what it takes to make continuous improvement a success – so why do so many deployments fail? Here are four ways to improve how you improve....Full Article »
Regression analysis is used to investigate and model the relationship between a response variable (Y) and one or more predictors (Xs). In this article, Master Black Belt Khwaja Moinuddin explains what you need to know about it....Full Article »
As we all know, there are five Lean implementation steps: Specify what does and does not create value from the customer’s perspective and not from the perspective of individual firms, functions and departments. Identify and map all the steps necessary to design, order and produce the product across the whole value stream to...Full Article »
Look at any company and you’ll see it making improvement efforts in its business. These improvements could be in worker productivity, plant efficiency, quality, service (i.e., on time delivery), etc. Often, however, companies don’t get it right. Improvements aren’t structured. Individual departments carry out improvements...Full Article »
Even though Lean and Six Sigma methodologies have existed for quite some time now, not all companies have seen equal success with the implementation of Lean and Six Sigma methodologies. Companies (leaders) have given various excuses for failed implementation (deployment) or reasons for not implementing Lean Six Sigma. Some of the top reasons...Full Article »