Theme : “Innovation through Quality -Creating New Value for the World”
Venue : Keio Plaza Hotel, Tokyo, JAPAN
Theme – Excellence : The Ishikawa way
Date – 11th December 2015.
Venue – Crowne Plaza Hotel, Gurgaon.
ISQ was celebrating birth centenary year of Prof. Ishikawa from 13th July 2015 to 12 th July 2016. Theme for the year and for the conference was “ Excellence: The Ishikawa Way”.12th Annual Conference was held on 11/12/15 at Crowne Plaza Hotel, Gurgaon.
To address the conference we could not have any one better than Prof. Narioki Kano, a disciple of Prof. Ishikawa, who has served in leadership roles as a Board Member of the Union of Japanese Scientists and Engineers(JUSE) and has been a chair person on the international and Japanese Quality Bodies like JUSE, AOTS, ANQ and many more. He is recipient of the Deming Prize for individuals (1997) among a long list of many other prestigious awards.
In addition to Prof. Kano other experts and quality practitioners i.e. Mr Janak Mehta Chairman (TQMI), Mr Ashok Sharam ( President Mahindra and Mahindra) Mr Ramanathan (Advisor TQM SRF) Mr. Kulbhushan Gupta ( Head- Innovation and Service Delivery, MAX Life insurance company) and Mr Amit J.Sharma ( DGM- Process Excellence of Indus Tower) addressed and shared their valuable experience.
Mr Ashok Sharma of Mahindra and Mahindra, was awarded the coveted Ashoka Award.
Date – 28th November 2015.
Venue – Hotel PLLAZIO, Sector – 29, Gurgaon.
Quality circle competition was organised on 28/11/15. Thirteen teams participated in the completion. Teams were from manufacturing as well as from service sector. All the teams were given fifteen minutes time to present their case study with the help of Power Point Presentation. Presentations were judged by a panel of three independent judges. All the case studies were excellent however as per the format teams were rated in three categories i.e. Gold, Silver and Bronze and awarded trophy. One team was awarded VOX POPULI award.
Date – 30th October 2015.
Venue – Hotel PLLAZIO, Sector 29, Gurgaon.
A Training program on TRIZ ( A Russian method of Problem Solving) was organised for people working as Quality / Production coordinators, Management Representatives and others responsible for Quality and production System approach in the organisation.
Purpose of the training was to develop capability to identify a problem, and then form a team. Then along with the team, analyse and find appropriate solutions leading to continuous improvement in quality of all business and manufacturing processes using TRIZ method.
Thirty three participants participated in the training program. Total training session was very much live and interactive.
A Joint Initiative of Lean Management Institute of India & All India Management Association
Theme : Sustained lean transformation.
Venue : AIMIL- NAIMEX House, 88/1, Outer Ring Road, Nagawara, Bangalore- 560 045
Contact : Veena – Manager LMII ( firstname.lastname@example.org )