From "kamalarya" : I would like to know about the following terms(in lay man language) :-
1)90 Degree Feedback
2)180 Degree Feedback
3)270 Degree Feedback
4)360 Degree Feedback
5) Management Information system
6) Six Sigma or Zero Defect
7) Compliance
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
25th July 2010 From India, Delhi

Better do some research to understand the concepts rather than look for quick short answers. You will be stuck when you start using the definations. Rgds RR
26th July 2010 From India, Delhi
Zero defects aims at reducing the defects in a process, and doing the process correctly the first time itself
Zero defects means reaching a level of infinity sigma - which is nearly impossible. In terms of Six Sigma, zero defects would mean maximization of profitability and improvement in quality.
26th July 2010 From India, Delhi
I would like to know about the following terms(in lay man language) :-
1)90 Degree Feedback-feedback of the employee is taken only one from the following:peers, managers, self appraisal, immediate superiors.
2)180 Degree Feedback- A '180' is an appraisal between the boss and 'self' (the person who is being appraised).
3)270 Degree Feedback-A '270' is an appraisal between the boss, 'self' and either subordinates or peers
4)360 Degree Feedback- performace appriasal by superiors, subordinates, peers and his/her self-assessment
5) Management Information system
6) Six Sigma or Zero Defect
7) Compliance
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks[/QUOTE]
26th July 2010 From India, Delhi
The term Sigma taken from Greek alphabet,is used to designate the distribution about mean of any parameter of product,Process or procedure.
Now in common words you can say sigma is capability of anything (product/procedure or process) to show how accurately its working.
Level of Sigma and defect rate
(Quantity Level) (% Quality) (Defective parts per Million)
(3 Sigma ) (99.73) (66,807)
(4 Sigma ) (99.9937) (6210)
(5 Sigma ) (99.999943) ( 233)
(6 Sigma ) (99.9999998) (3.4)
In short when someone saying they achieved six sigma in manufacturing of bearing or delivering food to customers they assuring that chance of defect bearing or chance of getting wrong food to customer is only 4 cases in 10,00,000 deliveries.
Now u can easily understood what is zero defect,it is just ideal condition in which % of quality is 100% in short u will nt find a single defective bearing over entire plant run.
27th July 2010 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
HR MIS Report means Management Information System regarding Employee status of particular month.this report helps the management in decision making regarding employee, like in which area attrition is high and what are the reason of resignation.following are its contents:
1)first sheet
a)employee code
b)Name of employee
c)Date of birth
d)Designation
e)CTC
f)Address
2)second sheet
a)Salary structure
3)Third sheet
a)New joinee
4)fourth sheet
a)Resigned employee
5)fifth sheet
a)attrition rate
27th July 2010 From India, Delhi
Hi.. members, Can somebody help me with ppt. format to give training to the down line on Six Sigma. with regards Raja
27th July 2010 From India, Bangalore
Six Sigma:- We have three bi faction in six sigma as per the amount saving of the projects(Yellow, green, black belt) to achieve the zero defect with in the org or a process.
To achieve the zero defect, we can use lot of projects of six sigma....
regards,
Achin Goel
27th July 2010 From India, Mumbai
gOOD FEEDBACK BACK.wELL,YOU CANT EXPECT A PERFECTION.THERE IS ALWAYS A BETTER WAY OF DOING THINGS.IF WE UNDERSTAND THIS,YOUR EGO IS QUELLED
10th August 2010 From India

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