Complimentary eBook on Problem Solving
Have you ever wondered how effective leaders solve problems?
Suresh Lulla, a distinguished alumnus of IIT Bombay, has made a mark through his work in the field of Quality. He is a professional with over 45 years of experience as a management consultant, speaker, trainer, and author. He founded Qimpro Consultants – India’s first dedicated Quality Management consulting firm – in 1987. Since its inception Qimpro, has helped save over INR 17,500 crores for organizations across industries.
From the Foreword:
“It takes more than a lifetime to discover who you really are. As one’s life peels through
one layer, one finds a marvelous untapped opportunity in the next onion peel. The
process is constant. Each discovery exhilarating!
This exhilaration can fortify one’s commitment to get to the core of who you really are.
Believe me; this commitment gets exponentially intense layer by layer. I am still on
this journey. I have changed career paths and roles at will, feeling (and not
rationalizing) excited with each latent opportunity. My journey has had challenges.
They have been as basic as “no money” and “no clients”. My current opportunity, in
an environment where customers demand high quality at low cost, is in “digital
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