Many managers talk about endless meetings in their organizations. In fact, a lot of team members also feel their bosses do not give them time because they’re always busy in meetings. In this episode we will learn how do we get out of this dilemma of doing meetings or not doing meetings?
In this episode, Kiran Kothekar explains why so many improvement initiatives fail and what leaders should do to get quantum improvements to happen in their organizations in the shortest possible time?
Agri-equipment manufacturing companies tend to have a major challenge in managing operations since demand is significantly dependent on seasons, level of rainfall, festivals, etc. In this episode, we discuss the problems faced in agri-equipment businesses that make this environment very challenging and how these issues can be solved.
Targets don’t work! The most popular method by which organizations try to achieve desired behaviours is by setting individual targets and by using a system of rewards and punishments to reinforce them.
Commodities like steel are a challenge to differentiate based on product features. Find out how Saket Agrawal, Managing Director, MSP Steel and Power Ltd. transformed its strategy and operations to create a clear distinctive edge in the steel industry.
Building loyalty in a competitive market is extremely difficult, and even more so when it comes to a commodity business.
An iron foundries company’s senior management discusses on what challenges they faced in implementing and sustaining the innovative pull-based flow processes in manufacturing and new product development
Manufacturing industries are marred by many common problems which obstruct flow of inventory, poor on time delivery performance and unhappy customers.
Is leadership an art or a science?’ is a perineal debate. In this episode, we discuss and analyze why leadership is a science and not an art and also go further to describe the three important tactics to be effective as a leader.