Stop Wasting Time and Become More Productive

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Learn tools and techniques to identify and reduce repetitive problems in your work processes. Thus, allowing you to spend less time band-aiding the problem and spend more time being productive.

Experience level: Intermediate
Target audience: Affiliate/Publisher
Niche/vertical: Productivity

Bhavik Modi, Owner, Inkdatabase.com (Twitter @bhavik_modi)

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  • 1 min
  • 2 min. Includes asking the audience about themselvesHow many Affiliates, Networks, AdvertisersIndividual or companyPart time or full time
  • Stop Wasting Time and Become More Productive

    1. 1. Stop Wasting Time and Become MoreProductive Bhavik Modi Six Sigma Black Belt
    2. 2. About Me Six Sigma Black Belt  8 Years Affiliate  3 Years  Inkdatabase.com
    3. 3. Session Objectives Understand types of problems that can occur in your processes Learn techniques to identify repetitive problems Learn techniques to resolve the systemic issues causing those problems Be a fun and interactive session
    4. 4. Exercise
    5. 5. What is Waste? Non-value added Unneeded/Unnecessary tasks Anything that the customer is not willing to pay for
    6. 6. Exercise Debrief What were some of the problems that were experienced?
    7. 7. Why reduce problems? Increased customer satisfaction Increased productivity Increased employee satisfaction Reduce costs
    8. 8. Problem Identification How do you know a problem occurred?  Product Defects  Issues with the product itself that requires reworking  Excess Processing  Putting more work on the product than required  Frustrations doing the process When something does go as designed, When something makes you want to swear, vent, complain, you probably had a problem
    9. 9. Problem Identification What problems do you experience in your processes?
    10. 10. Resolving Problems
    11. 11. Exercise Debrief Were there any recurring problems? Was there a difference in the severity of the problems?
    12. 12. What if we track how often issueshappen?35302520151050 Difficulty Missing Parts Too Many parts Incorrect getting parts Instructions
    13. 13. Resolving Problems
    14. 14. Systemically solve repeating issues Utilize tools & techniques to systemically solve the underlying issue for the most impactful problems Impact Determinations:  Quantity  Time  Pain  Money
    15. 15. Root Cause Analysis Tools 5 Why’s Fishbone Diagram Fault Tree And many more….
    16. 16. 5 Why’s Methodology of asking why repeatedly to get to the root cause Example:  Car wont start  Why wont car start? Battery dead  Why is the battery dead? Alternator not working  Why is alternator not working? Alternator belt is broken  Why is belt broken? Because it was not replaced per mfg recommendations  Why not replaced? No method to keep track of repair schedule  Fix – Develop method to track repair schedules
    17. 17. Fault Tree
    18. 18. Example of Affiliate Site302520151050 Graphics not Out of Memory Broken Links Video lining up error integration not working
    19. 19. Example of Affiliate Site
    20. 20. Resources Books  Apollo Root Cause Analysis  Root Cause Analysis Handbook  Root Cause Analysis Simplified Tools & Techniques  Black Belt Memory Jogger
    21. 21. Any Questions?

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