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Published by Crest Dynamics Management Consultancy, 2017-11-23 06:53:17

Crest Dynamics Newsletter Dec 2017

Self Realization Dec 2017

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December 2017


QA Supervisors Part 1 / 2

Be a provider of information and 1. Share Your Vision. Communicate your mission and vision to
service, rather than a process them early and often, and ask for their continual input so that
enforcer they see what you see and are committed to working toward
that result.
Identify as much information about
your findings that help track the root 2. Involve Employees in Goal Setting and Planning
cause of the issue, and learn to offer Activities. Seek out their ideas, knowledge, and insights,
your validation and analysis services and invite them to help make important decisions.
as frequently as possible to the
developers on the team. 3. Explain the Why. Don’t just tell someone what to do without
making absolutely certain they also understand why that task
Focus on exploring and learning needs to be completed and why you’ve selected that
about the products that you test individual for the job.

Build your domain knowledge about 4. Let Them Choose the How. Whenever possible, let your
the product, along with understanding employees decide how to achieve the task you’ve assigned.
the business objectives of the Agree upon what constitutes a successful outcome, then let
product. Exploring the product will them chart their own course.
help identify new features that may
not have been clearly designed or 5. Delegate Authority, Not Just Work. Give employees a
implemented. Questions raised by leadership role in some of the meetings they attend.
testers often help product owners with
better workflow designs and
developers with better scenario


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Be True to Your Word Be Memorable – For the Right Reasons
Only ever offer a customer or client something that We tend to remember positive and negative
you are sure you can give them. experiences more vividly than average day-to-day
ones. Try to make every customer’s experience a
It is better not to mention a delivery date and then positive one that they’ll remember and talk to others
deliver tomorrow than it is to say you’ll deliver about.
tomorrow and then don’t. It is better to tell your hotel Be helpful, be courteous and polite – give a little extra
guests that the fire alarm system is being tested in the if possible, even if it is just some advice or extra
morning than let them find out for themselves. Stick information about the product or service they are
to deadlines, make sure you turn up promptly for any buying or interested in buying.
appointments and never make promises you cannot
keep. If situations change then let the customer know If appropriate, and you need to be careful here, try
as soon as possible. telling a joke or introducing an element of humour; if
successful you will add to the positive experience of
the customer

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Those Who Believe In Lies Are e-Newsletter Subscription
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Taiichi Ohno believed that one should base their colleagues or HR friends on our e-
judgments on his or her experience on the shop Newsletter database.
floor, not from a document alone. Ohno believed that
data can be manipulated and that there is often bias e-Resources
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antidote? Visit the shop floor.
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If you base your judgments on documents you Contact us for In-House Training
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decisions. If you have even the slightest doubt in the
information you received, you must step onto the
shop floor for verification. For example, there was a
president of a company who did not have sufficient
technical knowledge, as he had been accustomed to
mainly administrative types of work. Therefore, he
made it a rule to visit the shop floor whenever he
faced uncertainty with the documents given while an
executive meeting took place. Consequently, he
often discovered that what had been told in the
meetings were false assumptions.

According to Wakamatsu, Taiichi Ohno was fond of
sharing that story, hoping to illustrate that a simple
gesture such as spending time on the shop floor can
prevent poor decisions and bad judgments.
Furthermore, when the company knows that the
president visits the shop floor often, it actually can
ensure that data and presentations in the future will
be more accurate, since workers know that the
president will always validate what he or she reads
with his or her experience on the shop floor

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