Dr. Mark Lynch 16 JAN 2018 ASQ Dinner at Forrest Park Golf Course Clubhouse

Tuesday, Jan 16, 2018

Mark Lynch PhD PE

Mark Lynch, Development Team Lead, Superlative Technologies, Inc.

 ASQ’s Quality Body of Knowledge (QBOK) Framework

What is the Quality Book of Knowledge (BOK)? More importantly, what is in the BOK?

ASQ has created and maintained the Quality Body of Knowledge (QBOK) for a number of years.  The QBOK’s purpose is to assist in the knowledge and professional development of the quality community.  In this presentation, we will explore the QBOK Foundation, discuss many of the topics included, and discover where to find additional information on QBOK items.

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Tony Vago 16 JAN 2018 ASQ Dinner at Forrest Park Golf Course Clubhouse

Tuesday, Jan 16, 2018

Tony Vago, Executive Director of Strategic Initiatives, Mercy Hospital St. Louis

The Cost of (Poor) Quality: Why Do We Care?

Why do systems and processes fail, and what could some of the possible outcomes be when failure occurs? This presentation will look at why Quality professionals are needed in all industries and in all points of design, testing, and deployment of systems and processes. It will also look at why, when ignored, poor quality can be costly and even deadly.

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Dawn Newman 13 FEB 2018 ASQ Dinner at Favazza’s

Dawn Newman, Executive & Professional Coach and Organization Development Consultant

13 Feb 2018

Applied Creative Problem Solving – Building ASQ 1304’s Next Generation Value

Complex Problem Solving, Critical Thinking, and Creativity continue to top the list of future capabilities for Quality professionals. The Creative Problem Solving approach will tap into your creativity, spark fresh thinking, and uncover new ways to tackle complex challenges.

This workshop will explore the tools of Creative Problem Solving (CPS).

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