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STIMS: GT 1.102

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The System Approach for Precision Components Manufacturing:

Grinding Processes

Introduction

- Why this course?

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Dr. K. (Subbu) Subramanian

STIMS Institute (Science Based Technology Innovation and Management Solutions)

SubbuKDG@gmail.com

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Why this course ? Manufacturing Education Road Map

Senior Professionals:

Engineers, Managers, Business Managers up to CEOs, with significant responsibility for manufacturing processes and their impact on growth and profitability

Entry level

Engineers and

Diploma holders

“Transformational Skills” ??? Level I (Awareness) Level II (Analysis) Level III (Synthesis)
“Transformational Skills”
???
Level I (Awareness)
Level II (Analysis)
Level III (Synthesis)

“Grinding” Track

Manufacturing

Competitiveness

“Grinding” Track Manufacturing Competitiveness Unskilled labor to skilled work force at the factory

Unskilled labor to skilled work force at the factory floor

Advanced Manufacturing Professionals -- Senior

Engineers and Managers responsible for manufacturing processes.

 

IMTMA Course:

Dr. K. (Subbu) Subramanian

The System Approach for Precision Grinding Processes

STIMS Institute (Science Based Technology Innovation and Management Solutions)

SubbuKDG@gmail.com

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Fulfilling the promise of India’s manufacturing sector

-- India’s product makers have a golden opportunity to join the global big leagues. They should seize it.

India’s manufacturers have a golden chance to emerge from the shadow of the country’s services sector and seize more of the global market. McKinsey analysis finds that rising demand in India, together with the multinationals’ desire to diversify their production to include low-cost plants in countries other than China could together help India’s manufacturing sector to grow six fold by 2025, to $1 trillion, while creating up to 90 million domestic jobs”.

https://www.mckinseyquarterly.com/Operations/Performance/Fulfilling_the_p

romise_of_Indias_manufacturing_sector_2943#top

Dr. K. (Subbu) Subramanian

STIMS Institute (Science Based Technology Innovation and Management Solutions)

SubbuKDG@gmail.com

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Study of 75 Indian manufacturers found that for an average company, the potential productivity improvements represented about seven percentage points in additional returns on sales.

Improve capital productivity

India’s manufacturers must also improve the productivity of their capital, in some cases by 50 percent or more. While such improvements are challenging, they are possible if companies set bold targets and adopt an “owner–entrepreneur” mind-set when tackling large capital projects or making other big investments.

Targeted skill development

or making other big investments. Targeted skill development India’s manufacturers could learn a lot from the

India’s manufacturers could learn a lot from the IT sector’s experience in promoting the large-scale development of skills.

https://www.mckinseyquarterly.com/Operations/Performance/Fulfilling_the_promise_

of_Indias_manufacturing_sector_2943#top

Dr. K. (Subbu) Subramanian

STIMS Institute (Science Based Technology Innovation and Management Solutions)

SubbuKDG@gmail.com

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This course

Nov. 19 22, 2014 @ Pune, India.

This course is now offered 3 years in a row.

2012 - @ Bangalore

2013 - @ Gazhiabad, UP.

2014 - @ Pune

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tygcHin5Q70&feature=youtu.be

Key messages:

Shift from a toll manufacturing to Design and Manufacturing

from “service” provider to “Solution” Provider

Key Lessons or Take aways:

Why should we grind?

Focus on the process as a “whole”, as a system

Become responsible for the “solution” and NOT for a task alone.

“Zoom in” and “Zoom out” as required

Integrate Knowledge from all available sources --- YOU are the Search Engine!

Dr. K. (Subbu) Subramanian

STIMS Institute (Science Based Technology Innovation and Management Solutions)

SubbuKDG@gmail.com

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Digital Finance/Mkt. Technology Drivers Engineering “Zoom Out” Management Breadth or Scope Experience People
Digital
Finance/Mkt.
Technology
Drivers
Engineering
“Zoom Out”
Management
Breadth or Scope
Experience People Skills
Worker (You)
Job/Solution
Company
“Zoom in”
Depth or
Uniqueness
Knowledge
Science
Physical
Technology

The System Approach: Alignment of Core Capabilities at Each Level for All Professional Solutions

Dr. K. (Subbu) Subramanian

STIMS Institute (Science Based Technology Innovation and Management Solutions)

SubbuKDG@gmail.com

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System Approach for Precision Components Manufacturing: Grinding processes May 2013 – Ghaziabad, UP
System Approach for Precision Components
Manufacturing: Grinding processes
May 2013 – Ghaziabad, UP

Dr. K. (Subbu) Subramanian

STIMS Institute (Science Based Technology Innovation and Management Solutions)

SubbuKDG@gmail.com

Acknowledgement

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• This course is offered to enhance the “Sector Specific

Skills and Education “ of Senior Engineers and Managers in the manufacturing sector.

Thanks to IMTMA for the vision, leadership and support for this initiative.

The format of this course follows the System Approach a

methodology developed by Dr. K. (Subbu) Subramanian through his professional career

Thanks to a number of colleagues and professionals at Norton Co., Saint-Gobain and at many other organizations through out the world for the many opportunities to discuss and refine the ideas.

Thanks to MGTL (and Mr. N.K. Dhand) and all our guest speakers (and their companies) for their time and sharing their knowledge.

Dr. K. (Subbu) Subramanian

STIMS Institute (Science Based Technology Innovation and Management Solutions)

SubbuKDG@gmail.com

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Acknowledgement

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Materials presented in this course is a collection from a wide range of sources available in the public domain:

Materials presented at a graduate course offered at WPI, by Dr. Subramanian and his colleagues.

• ASME Proceedings titled “ Milton C. Shaw Grinding Symposium”

• Materials from Dr. Subramanian’s research publications.

Other technical publications.

Several catalogs and brochures

Information available from the internet

Non-proprietary knowledge derived through research and collaboration with the clients of STIMS Institute Inc.

To integrate all publicly available information into a common knowledge framework for collective progress across the industry is the goal of this course.

Dr. K. (Subbu) Subramanian

STIMS Institute (Science Based Technology Innovation and Management Solutions)

SubbuKDG@gmail.com

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