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4th Lean Six Sigma Summit
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  • Continuous Change and Improvement is the key driver for overall growth of the Organisation said by Dr Krishan Kumar, Former Director, Maruti Centre of Excellence (MACE) in his special address at the 4th Lean Six Sigma Summit organized by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII ) NR in New Delhi, today. He further added Lean Six Sigma is all about Quality and quality is everywhere – it’s not just a word of mouth of communication but meeting exceeding customer expectation. Dr Kumar emphasized on customer satisfaction in terms of Quality, Cost, Delivery and Safety which can be achieved adapting and implementing Lean Six Sigma.

 

  • In this opening remarks, Mr Vineet Sharma, Executive Vice President (Quality & Business Excellence), Max life Insurance Company said that Lean Six Sigma is a religion which has its presence in many organisations and is increasing voluminously. Mr Sharma said setting a cultural transformation and benchmark for an organisation can be put in through adapting and implementing Lean Six Sigma.

 

  • While introducing the theme of the Summit, Mr Deepak M Muthreja, Principal Consultant, BMGI said Lean Six Sigma is vital for Building to last emphasizing sustainability in long term for every organisation. Mr Muthreja said its been 25 years Lean Six Sigma working as a structure in problem solving, creating competent problem solvers and solving problems. Adding Mr Muthreja said Lean Six Sigma helps in creating Alignment with the business and creating future through innovation that drives growth strategies.

 

  • Earlier in his address, Mr Pankaj Aggarwal, Regional Director, Indus Towers Ltd focused on the Business Transformation is required for the organisations to last long. It has to be plan at right level considering the way the world is changing. Broadening his view, Mr Aggarwal said that every individual in the company is sole responsible to drive a company vision. Mr Aggarwal remarked on the margin shrinkage that is eating away from every aspects of a organisation is an obstacle in cost competitiveness, skill development. Encouraging Innovation can only lead a company in market not cost Mr Aggarwal opined.

 

  • In his concluding remarks, Mr K N Rattan, Former Executive Director, Shriram Pistons & Rings said that Lean Six Sigma Summit is an Initiative need to be drive in every sphere of an organisation. Lean Six Sigma is a life blood of every organization said by Mr Rattan. He also said the Lean Six Sigma unlock the power and potential of an organisation and encouraging innovation up in the organisation.

 

  • The full day Summit focused on the important aspects of Lean Six Sigma covering : Innovative Strategies to solve Problems and Transform Business, Lean Six Sigma as a Tool to Sustain Growth and Technology.

 

  • The Summit witnessed the presence of eminent speakers from organization like Maersk India Ltd, Jubilant life Sciences Ltd, HUL, Hindustan Motors, Genpact, Goodyear India Ltd, Dell Global Analytics, Jyothy Laboratories and many more.

 

  • The Summit was attended by more than 125 participants from various sector of the industry and acclaimed overwhelmed support and recognition.
 
Description

Of the Fortune Top 100 list of companies that appeared in the list in 1987, only 28 hold a place in the list today. Nearly 2,000 companies have appeared on the list since its inception, and most are long gone from it. Making the list once guarantees nothing about an organization’s ability to endure. Some of the most celebrated companies in history no longer even appear on the 100, having fallen from great to good to absent on the list. We can see that the companies that paid attention to process maturity have lasted longer. “Building to Last through Lean Six Sigma” and ensuring sustainable business results becomes imperative for organizations to ensure their seat in the global pecking order. Lean Six Sigma with its rigor and structured framework can help organizations compete strongly in a long term moving from within process to business.

To showcase the power of Lean Six Sigma and to ensure your place in the ‘Built To Last league’, Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) along with Breakthrough Management Group International (India) as Knowledge Partner organised the 4th edition of Lean Six Sigma Summit on 14th March 2013 at New Delhi. The theme for the summit was “Building to Last through Lean Six Sigma”.

Many leading organizations from across industries will share their experiences in their excellence journey leveraging Lean Six Sigma at different lifecycle of a business. We are inviting the leading players from renowned companies to share their comparative perspective and development experiences in their journey towards leveraging Lean Six Sigma as a powerhouse strategic improvement initiative for business aspirations.

OBJECTIVES OF THE SUMMIT POTENTIAL LEARNINGS

The Summit intended to achieve the following:

• To demonstrate how Lean Six Sigma can be effectively applied at different phases of business life cycle to achieve enduring business results.
• Provide the delegates with best practices and real-life examples that they can implement in their respective organizations
• Get a First-Hand overview of Lean Six Sigma applications and Case Studies from diverse industries such as – Automotive, Discrete Manufacturing, Process Industries, IT / ITeS / BPO, BFSI etc.
• To provide a forum for reputed speakers to demonstrate the power of Lean Six Sigma through their experiences thereby influencing participating organizations to initiate on their journey to Excellence

 POTENTIAL LEARNINGS

• How a Lean Six Sigma organization journeys through various phases right from Inception to Maturity and Founding to Funding
• How business transformations have been successfully engineered and implemented across industries and size of companies
• Building a strong foundation and culture of Continuous Improvement
• Interact and Network with like-minded professionals and share best practices
• A set of enriching takeaways / learning’s on ‘What to Do?’ and more importantly, ‘What Not To Do?’ for successful Lean Six Sigma Deployments

WHO ATTENDED

Decision Makers : To imbibe and drive Lean and Six Sigma in an organization
CEOs ¦ Vice Presidents ¦ Service Delivery Heads ¦ Quality Heads ¦ Deployment Leaders

Industry Leaders (Private & PSU) : To get a glimpse of how Lean Six Sigma is being applied in diverse Manufacturing and Service verticals
Automotive ¦ Discreet Manufacturing ¦ Process Industries ¦ IT / ITeS / BPO ¦ BFSO ¦ Others

Process Owners : To emulate techniques for enculturising Lean & Six Sigma in operations
Operations Heads ¦ Plant Heads ¦ Support Function Heads

Practitioners : To get a deeper understanding for driving cultural change & supporting
Master Black Belts ¦ Black Belts ¦ Green Belts ¦ Lean Facilitators ¦ Lean Masters ¦ Kaizen Champions

Project Team Members : To understand how Lean and Six Sigma works and benefits the orgnisation at the grass-root level
Other Managers & Executives from both Manufacturing & Service Organisations

Industry Association Members : To understand how Lean and Six Sigma works and benefits the associations for driving change & competitiveness
Association Members from both Manufacturing & Service Organizations

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Knowledge Resources
You will get access to following Knowledge Resources by subscribing to the Digital Library of this event.
 
Mr Vineet Sharma, Executive VP, (Quality & Business Excellence), Max Life Insurance Company Ltd at the Inaugural Session of the 4th Lean six Sigma Summit 2013
Mr Deepak M Muthreja, Principal Consultant, Breakthrough Management Group International (India) at the Inaugural Session of the 4th Lean six Sigma Summit 2013
Building to Last by Mr Pankaj Aggarwal, Regional Director, Indus Towers Ltd
What is Quality? by Dr Krishan Kumar, Former Director, MACE
Mr K N Rattan, Former Executive Director, Shriram Pistons & Rings Ltd at the Inaugural Session of the 4th Lean six Sigma Summit 2013
Mr Deepak M Muthreja, Principal Consultant, Breakthrough Management Group International (India) on “Are we missing the forest for the trees – Is Lean Six Sigma only about the tools?”
Ms Meeta Kalra, Head - Quality, Hewlett Packard India on “Are we missing the forest for the trees – Is Lean Six Sigma only about the tools?”
Mr Rupesh Agarwal, Procurement Operations Director- Value Engineering, Hindustan Unilever Ltd on “Are we missing the forest for the trees – Is Lean Six Sigma only about the tools?”
Prof (Dr) B K Srivastava, Founder Director- Centre of Excellence, Amity University on “Are we missing the forest for the trees – Is Lean Six Sigma only about the tools?”
Operational Excellence - A Presentation by Mr S K Sharma, Sr Vice President - Operational Excellence, Bharti Airtel Ltd
An open house discussion on “Are we missing the forest for the trees – Is Lean Six Sigma only about the tools?”
Mr K N Rattan, Former Executive Director, Shriram Pistons & Rings Ltd on "Founding to Funding: LSS at the business inception level”
Designing World-Class Products & Service Using Lean Six Sigma - A Presentation by Mr Bill Remy, President and Chief Operating Officer, TBM Consultants (India) Pvt Ltd
Designing World Class Products and Services using LSS by Mr N C Narayanan, Founder & CMD, SSA Business Solutions Pvt Ltd
Mr K Kulbhushan, Senior VP & Global Head – Business Excellence & Organisation Development, Jubilant Life Sciences Ltd on "Founding to Funding: LSS at the business inception level”
Mr K N Rattan, Former Executive Director, Shriram Pistons & Rings Ltd on "Founding to Funding: LSS at the business inception level”
A Panel Discussion on “Where does LSS fit in the Board Room Agenda?”
Dr Ravi Shankar, Professor, Department of Management Studies, IIT Delhi on “Lean Six Sigma on the organization growth trajectory & Sustain and lead the Pack : The LSS way”
Growing By Building Customer Centric Organization Through LSS by Ms Subi Sethi, VP & Global Quality Leader, Genpact
Growing By Building Customer Centric Organization Through LSS by Ms Neena Kaul, Head - CIS & Employee Engagement, Goodyear India Ltd
Applying Lean Six Sigma Principles to Eco-system by Mr Pratyaya Chakrabarti, VP- R&D, Manufacturing, Jyothy Laboratories Ltd
Technology imperative of LSS by Mr Nitin Bankar, Global BPI - Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt, Maersk India Ltd
Extending LSS to your ecosystem – Enhancing Customer Experience through effective Partner Relationship and Management by Mr Santosh Kumar Pandey, Business Analysis Advisor & Lead - Global fulfillment and logistics Business Analytics, Dell Global Analytics
Dr Ravi Shankar, Professor, Department of Management Studies, IIT Delhi on “Lean Six Sigma on the organization growth trajectory & Sustain and lead the Pack : The LSS way”
 
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