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Friday Fact – Design of Experiments
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Did you know that Design Of Experiments started in 1747, where while serving as surgeon on HMS Salisbury, James Lind conducted out a systematic clinical trial to compare medications for scurvy. This methodology for design of experiments was again proposed by Ronald Fisher, in his books: The Arrangement of...
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Building Engineering Excellence to Drive Growth
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Engineering sector has been one of the leading sectors in the 21st-century industrial world and is likely to reach US $45 billion by 2020. Faber Infinite Consulting has been one of the active participants in crafting an extremely efficient and...
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Five Ways to Manage Organizational Change
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Change management is a very important and crucial task with a very unpredictable nature and perilous to conduct. The question many people ask here is why one should address change management? It is just another process that has been tried...
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Change Management is Data Driven
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Data science is the future and is slowly becoming one of the key pillars to drive change management in any organization. Some may say that it is yet to arrive and there is a lot of time to prepare for...
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Do’s and Dont’s of Quality Circle
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Quality circles are a part of the growing trend that enables the organizations to identify, analyze and resolve work-related problems by creating small groups of employees of the same field participating in almost similar kind of activities. Quality circles have...
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Building Excellence in Textile Industry
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Textile industry has made its own space over the years and has been extremely successful in contributing to the country’s GDP. The importance of the textile industry can be gauged upon by the fact that it provides around 2% to...
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