On the 3nd Wednesday of each month, we invite you to join us for dinner to engage with a local quality practitioner at the Biltmore Hotel. View previous dinner presentations: navigate to the top tool bar, click on “RESOURCES” > “DOCUMENTS” (Documents for Members) > “Dinner Meeting Presentations”, select year, then month.
“Do Golf Handicaps Always Level the Playing Field?“
Golf handicapping is meant to “level the playing field” and allow players of different abilities to compete equally in tournaments. Each golfer has a handicap based on a formula using the ten best scores in the most recent twenty rounds. In competition, the handicap is subtracted from a golfer’s gross score to determine the net score. The lowest net scores are the winning scores.
For this talk, we use JMP’s analytical and visualizing capabilities to investigate the relationship between gross and net scores versus handicaps for several difference tournaments run at a private country club.
- May Meeting – To be announced
Quality and Risk Management.pdf
ISO 9001:2015 is promoting "Risk Based Thnking" similar to Other Standards, but does not call for particular tools to be used. The Organzation is required to take action to address Risks and Opportunities.
Dr. Flaig will provide a historical overview of risk assessment and management in business and engineering. He will discuss current risk management initiatives such as ISO 9001:2015. Additionally he will analyze some of the deficiencies in current risk assessment tools such as Risk Registers and FMEA and suggest better methods
|Date:||February 23, 2016|