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Qimpro Champions League

 

INTRODUCTION

Our recent interaction with several HR professionals in corporate India has indicated that fresh graduates and first-time managers claim to have Problem-Solving as a key skill in their CVs. However, when it comes to proactively unearthing and defining chronic problems, they fall short of expectations. Further, the claimed Problem-Solving skill usually lacks a structured methodology, as well as proficiency with quality tools.

DEVELOPMENT

Consequently, based on over three decades of experience in quality and innovation, Qimpro® designed Qimpro® Champions League (QCL) to address this cry for help from corporate India.
 
Qimpro Champions League
Qimpro Champions League
Qimpro Champions League

HOW IT WORKS

The Director of the educational institute must identify 5 chronic problems that need to be remedied. Eg: Admissions Process too long, Unplanned absenteeism of staff, Quality of food in the canteen, Poor housekeeping, Placement Service ineffective, etc.

The Director must then select 4 Students and 1 Teachers per adopted chronic problem to form 5 specific Project Teams.

Individual Learning

Each Team Member will be given a free 2-month log-in to Problem Solving Pro digital course.

An e-certificate of completion will be issued at the end of the digital course.
 

 

 

Team Activity

Each Project Team will need to jointly view each chapter, discuss and apply lessons learned to the adopted chronic problem, log progress in the downloadable workbook, submit the project in a template available online.

Each student who successfully completes their project will be certified as a Junior Qualitist®.

Team Recognition

The institute can submit these Projects for the Problem Solving Prize competition*.

A Panel of Judges will select the top three projects presented and reward the teams.

The Winner - Rs 15,000
1st Runner-up - Rs 10,000
2nd Runner-up - Rs 5,000

*min 25 project entries required to conduct a fair competition

PROCESS

QCL Rules
  • QCL is for students from all institutes in India
  • It is open to students from any stream
  • Minimum qualification is completion of Class 12
  • Learning is to be done individually by each student
  • Implementation is to be done as a team of 3 to 4 students and 1 teacher / professor
  • Registration is valid for 60 days (from registration to project submission)
  • Requests for extensions will not be entertained
  • Submissions will be accepted in English only
QCL Process
  • Institute to send projects identified and participant list for registration
  • Receive login details
  • Complete digital course
  • Form a Team and identify a Team Leader (offline)
  • Request the Team Leader to register the Team online
  • Go through the online course as a team and populate the downloadable workbook
  • Use the online template for the project submission
    Projects can be submitted by the Team Leaders only
  • Projects will be assessed and star-rated by Qimpro®
  • 3 Star projects will be entered into the Problem Solving Prize competition
  • Panel of Judges will evaluate these projects and select the top three projects
QCL Benefits
  • E-certificate of completion at the end of the digital course
  • Junior Qualitist® Certification for students whose projects receive at least 1 star
  • Projects with 3 stars will be featured
  • Cash prizes for the top three projects selected by the Panel of Judges
  • 'Problem Solving' will no longer be a mere claim in the CV of a Junior Qualitist®.
  • Junior Qualitists:
    • are equipped with the fundamentals of structured ‘Problem Solving’ before placement
    • have a project report to support their Junior Qualitist® Certification
    • can save their employers millions
    • will find themselves running up the career ladder at breakneck speed.
Qimpro Champions League