Category Archives: Systems/IT

  • Microsoft Power Point Short Keys

    Posted on September 5, 2013 by Admin in Systems/IT.

        Shortcut Key Function Ctrl +Shift +F6 Go to previous presentation window Ctrl + F6 Go to next presentation window Alt + F10 Maximize power point application window Ctrl + F10 Maximize presentation window Ctrl + F5 Restore presentation to previous size Backspace Delete character left Ctrl + Backspace Delete word left Delete Delete […]

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  • Browsing Shortcut Keys

    Posted on September 5, 2013 by Admin in Systems/IT.

        Shortcut Key Function Ctrl + 9 Switch to Last Tab Ctrl + Tab Switch to Next Tab Ctrl + Shift + Tab Switch to Previous Tab Ctrl + W Close the Current Tab Ctrl + F Find on Page Ctrl + T Open New Tab Ctrl + N Open New Browser Window Alt […]

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  • Six Sigma

    Posted on February 27, 2012 by admin in Systems/IT.

    Six Sigma is a methodology to reduce defects, improve quality of the end products delivered or offered and maximize the business success. Six Sigma has been designed to deliver value to customers by improving quality significantly. Six Sigma methodology includes A close understanding of the customers present and future needs. Customer satisfaction is directly linked […]

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  • Different Approaches followed in Six Sigma

    Posted on February 27, 2012 by admin in Systems/IT.

    Six Sigma has two key methodologies. These are: DMAIC DMADV DMAIC is used to improve an existing business process forpredictable, defect-free performance. Define     – Scope of the problem Measure – Frequency of defects Analyze   – The reasons Improve – How we can fix Control   – Make the process study Define deals with defining of the […]

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  • People involved in Six Sigma Projects

    Posted on February 27, 2012 by admin in Systems/IT.

    Sponsor: Senior executive who sponsors the overall Six Sigma Initiative and who is responsible for implementing Six Sigma within the business Master Black Belt: A Master Black Belt is the team member who is able to show their capabilities beyond the Black Belt role in Six Sigma project management. They should have extraordinary abilities and […]

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  • Difference between Six Sigma and CMM

    Posted on February 27, 2012 by admin in Systems/IT.

    Sl.No Feature Six Sigma CMM/CMMi 1 Initiation Motorola in 1986 SEI at CME in 1987 2 Objective Focus in Quality to reduce defects Improving business process 3 What it is? Methodology to deliver quality products and customer focus Model that establishes organization process maturity 4 Origination Manufacturing industry Software Industry 5 Certification Green Belt, Black […]

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  • CMM Levels and Respective Key Process Areas

    Posted on February 26, 2012 by admin in Systems/IT.

    Capability Maturity Model (CMM) measures the maturity level of a project or organization with respect to software processes. The below mentioned list summarizes the different CMM levels along with their Key Process areas used across different projects and organization. CMM Level 1 : Maturity – Initial; Capability – Adhoc CMM Level 2 : Maturity – […]

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  • Software Capability Maturity Model

    Posted on February 26, 2012 by admin in Systems/IT.

    SCMM is the framework used to evaluate the maturity level of a process used in different projects of an organization. Maturity Level of a process is the measure of the organization’s capability to produce low cost, high quality software at the same time, on assessing the present maturity level the organization can improve the process […]

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  • Steps towards CMM level 2

    Posted on February 26, 2012 by admin in Systems/IT.

    Each project by default is initially at CMM level 1. The basic requirement for CMM level 2 is Effective Requirement Management, Project Planning, monitoring and control, Quality assurance. All these steps are explained later from a typical software project point of view. Requirement Management The main steps for proper requirement management are as follows: The […]

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  • Steps towards CMM level 3

    Posted on February 26, 2012 by admin in Systems/IT.

    The basic requirement for CMM level 3 is Quality assurance, Verification and Validation and Risk Management. All these steps are explained later from a typical software project point of view. Quality Assurance The main steps for proper Quality Assurance are as follows: Should have the Signed off Requirements document from the client. With that all […]

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