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.
“Innovation Quality for the 21st Century“
Dr. Jim Harrington
Innovation is the in thing in profit and nonprofit organizations, commercial and private organizations, and in all levels of government. We will discuss how innovative the quality professional has been and define some of the improvement opportunities that faces the quality profession. It’s a matter of adding value or getting out of the way.
The purpose of my lecture will be to stimulate the desire to apply innovation to the quality methodologies. Is it time to subcontract our quality activities to companies that this is their core competency? Radical I didn’t I admit but we need something radical to justify our existence.
- September 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|