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The GreyCampus Blog

A dedicated blog for professional certifications across world. GreyCampus provides abundant resources on professional certification like PMP, Six Sigma, ITIL and more.

Everyone Can Play – Agile’s Not Just for IT Anymore!

Learn how “Agile” is not just a methodology for the IT teams to use alone anymore. With the introduction of Agile Sigma©, a single, Agile-based method can now be employed across the entire corporation. By leveraging the best of both Six Sigma and The Agile Development method, you can use Agile Sigma© to iteratively and statistically improve productivity and quality – with optimal customer impact.

Walk like a boss - Do the Gemba walk

The Gemba Walk is a chance for the staff to withdraw from their daily activities and walk the floor of their organization to recognize prodigal tasks. The purpose of Gemba Walk is to understand the value stream and its issues rather than review the results.

Business requirements document - The secret sauce

Business Requirements Document provides the rationale behind business decisions, project choices, and the challenges that can be faced. Here's an article on how a good Business Requirements Document can be beneficial for your organization.

7 Deadly Mudas in Lean Six Sigma

How important is it to eliminate waste while manufacturing or even in managing a project to achieve desired results? To explain this, GreyCampus presents you with the webinar that empowers Quality Managers to eliminate waste. The session identifies the "Seven Deadly Mudas" and provides practical methods to eliminate waste in lean management.

An Introduction to Total Productive Maintenance

The Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) is based on the Lean Manufacturing principles like the Kaizen, 5S, standard work, among others and focuses on improving the productivity, primarily by maximizing the availability of equipment.