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Hari
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Hari

Hari is working as a Master Black Belt in Safran Landing Systems (former MESSIER-BUGATTI-DOWTY) at Singapore. He has over fifteen years of experience in Competitiveness and Excellence in diverse organizations such as Thales Aerospace & Motorola Mobile Devices. He has also published and presented research papers in International Journals & Research conferences. Hari has a Master’s Degree in Industrial Engineering from State University of New York, Buffalo.

A recent trip to my home town gave me the chance to use a popular ride hailing app for the first time. The convenience it offered was awesome compared to my previous trips, when I had to pre book and pay a higher price for a Taxi. It is no wonder ride hailing apps are popular around the world. With the rise of ride hailing, sharing apps,...Full Article »
In an article in the June issue of Harvard Business Review, author Gary.P.Pisano explains the importance of innovation strategy and the different types of innovation that can be pursued through differentiation in business model and technology. Regarding routine innovation, he shares the view that it is simplistic to consider routine innovation as...Full Article »
A colleague of mine has a passion for baking. Every time she lets us taste the wonderful pies she bakes, I am always impressed by the level of perfection she has brought in her last cookery masterpiece. Since starting as a novice, she has been consistently perfecting her baking skills. It is her passion, which naturally explains her...Full Article »
Last week while I was talking to some of the attendees of a seminar, I asked them about the KPIs that their companies are using to measure total savings from Continuous Improvement (CI) efforts at a corporate level. And what do you think they said? If you guessed financial figures, you’d be right. Financial...Full Article »
Been doing continuous improvement for a while? Senior management losing interest? 3 common reasons that your process excellence initiative might be starting to wane (and what you can do about it)....Full Article »