The Declining Karma to Bad Results

Quality World, Vol. 6, No. 9, September 2009

7 Pages Posted: 29 Oct 2009 Last revised: 25 Nov 2009

Date Written: October 27, 2009


Mentoring students or children is always a tough task. But if the child is put on - perfectly - over a path to success, half the job is done (which implies: Well begun is half done). A good process control in Gita - the holy Hindu guidebook - means aligning of Karma to a higher order task. Presumably, a well honed process indeed be resorted to while rearing a child, the success of an academe is in understanding and application of popular six sigma tool DMAIC (define, measure, analyse, improve and control). Setting up of a DMAIC for obviating bad results was argued in previous part "It is a Bad-Bad result (QW, May 2009)". To continue the "Improvement" read on…

Keywords: Six Sigma, Student failures, NCLB

JEL Classification: A29, I2

Suggested Citation

Thareja, Priyavrat, The Declining Karma to Bad Results (October 27, 2009). Quality World, Vol. 6, No. 9, September 2009, Available at SSRN:

Priyavrat Thareja (Contact Author)

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