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New 7 QC Tools | 7 Management Development Tools

New 7 QC Tools process subjective information for managerial decision making. The coursework includes; Affinity diagram, Interrelationship digraph, Tree diagram, Matrix diagram, Prioritization Matrices, Process Decision and Program Chart (PDPC), Activity Network Diagram, along with basic management tools; Why-Why analysis, Force Field Analysis, Nominal Group Technique and Brainstorming.

Programme Language: English/Hindi

Mode of Training: In-House/Open House/Individual

Participants: Junior, Middle and Senior level Engineering and Management Executives from manufacturing or service industry. Students of Engineering, Management, B.Sc./B.Com/ B.A. with Maths may also participate.

ROI: Learner can able to process subjective information for managerial decision making, skill development, knowledge enhancement

Course Structure

Introduction

  • Difference between fundamental and new 7 QC tools
  • Integrated system of use of new 7 QC tools
  • Why-Why Analysis
  • Force-Field Analysis
  • Nominal Group Technique

Affinity Diagram

  • What is an Affinity diagram?
  • Benefits and application of affinity diagram
  • Brainstorming and idea generation
  • Filtering of relevant ideas
  • Categorization of scrambled ideas
  • Construction of Affinity diagram
  • Review of Affinity diagram

Interrelationship Digraph

  • What is an Interrelationship digraph?
  • Benefits and application of Interrelationship digraph
  • Interrelationship factors of complex situation
  • Clarification of cause and effect relationship among the Interrelationship factors
  • Construction of Interrelationship digraph
  • Review of Interrelationship digraph and identification of key drivers and key outcomes

Tree Diagram

  • What is a Tree diagram?
  • Benefits and application of Tree diagram
  • Breaking down a broad objective into lower levels of objective achievement
  • Setting the ‘Means’ of objective achievement
  • Brainstorming and find the ‘How’s’ for each lower level of objective achievement
  • Construction of Tree diagram
  • Review of Tree diagram and ways of objective achievement

Matrix Diagram

  • What is a Matrix diagram?
  • Benefits and application of Matrix diagram
  • Understanding of customer requirements
  • Converting customer’s requirements into technical specifications
  • Rating of relationship between two variables using symbols
  • Construction of Matrix Diagram
  • Review of Matrix diagram and rating of relationship among different variables

Prioritization Matrices

  • What is a Prioritization Matrix?
  • Benefits and application of Prioritization matrix
  • Combining Tree and Matrix diagram
  • Exploring the ways of objective achievement with help of Tree diagram
  • Determination of implementation criteria
  • Weight the criteria of importance using Nominal Group Technique (NGT)
  • Calculation of option importance score under each criterion
  • Prioritization of options available using rank order method
  • Review of Prioritization matrix and option importance score

Process Decision and Program Chart

  • What is a Process Decision and Program Chart (PDPC)?
  • Setting an objective achievement
  • Brainstorming and discussion about the process steps of objective achievement
  • Anticipating the challenges
  • Plan the expected developments
  • Forecasting serious consequences when nothing goes according to plan
  • Identification of the possible countermeasures
  • Review PDPC, challenges, consequences, and countermeasures

Activity Network Diagram

  • What is an Activity Network Diagram?
  • Documentation of activities of the project
  • Learning of ‘Earliest Start’, ‘Earliest Finish’, ‘Latest Start’, ‘Latest Finish’ Time.
  • Learning of ‘Slack Time’ and ‘Critical Path’
  • Calculation of ‘Earliest Start’ and ‘Earliest Finish’ Time
  • Calculation of ‘Latest Start’ and ‘Latest Finish’ Time
  • Calculation of ‘Slack Time’
  • Identification of ‘Critical Path’
  • Review of ‘Activity Network Diagram’, ‘Slack Time’ and ‘Critical Path’

Modes of Training

In-House Training

  • In-House training available for both manufacturing and service industry
  • Sponsoring organization can call the trainer to conduct the training at its place
  • Date of training required to be confirmed before 15 days
  • Training material will be provided.
  • Training fees depends upon the batch size, number of days and location of the training
  • Travel and accommodation will be taken care by the sponsoring organization
  • Send your requirements at shakehandwithlife@gmail.com, or call 09468267324

Open-House Training

  • Time to time open-house classroom training organised at Bahadurgarh
  • Training material, certificate of participation will be provided to each participant at the time of training
  • Interested participants need to pre-register for the training
  • For registration see the classroom training schedule

Individual/Group Training

  • Training available for an Individual or a Group (2-4) of participants
  • Interested participants need to visit at trainer place
  • Participant/s need to take the prior appointment
  • Training material and certificate of participation will be provided to the participant/s
  • Training fees must be deposited in advance via netbanking

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