For our March Membership Meeting, ASQ Hartford will be joining our sister organization, APICS Hartford for a joint event: The Cost of Quality: Looking Beneath The Surface.
This event will feature a presentation on the cost of quality. It will be an overview with examples of how quality costs are incurred either through systemic failure, poor data and metric management or planned failure prevention (Poor versus Good Quality).
Why You Should Attend:
-You or your organization is looking to enhance their knowledge of quality in the following ways:
Cost of Poor Quality: Internal Failure Costs
Cost of Poor Quality: External Failure Costs
Cost of Good Quality: Prevention Costs
Cost of Good Quality: Appraisal Costs
The Six Sigma Philosophy of Cost of Quality
-You or your organization is looking to expand their professional network between 3 different continuing education societies.
This event is a joint event between
5:30 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.: Networking
6:15 p.m. - 7:15 p.m.: Dinner
7:15 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.: Presentation
Roy Laun has more than 30 years of experience at various levels of corporate management and management consulting for manufacturing and engineered products companies. His extensive knowledge of manufacturing processes extends to the press room, screw machines, die cast, injection molding, CNC, turning, milling, grinding & miscellaneous machining, finishing/plating, and various assembly/packaging operations.
Roy graduated with a Bachelor of Science in engineering from the University of Hartford with a concentration in mechanical engineering, and he has a Master of Science in engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He also earned an MBA in operations management from the University of Hartford.
To register, please visit the APICS Hartford webiste:
ASQ Hartford will no longer be processing recertifications. This process is not being offered via the global body of ASQ. If it is time for you to recertify, please visit https://asq.org/cert/recertify. For assistance, please contact a customer care representative at 800-248-1946.
In 2003, ASQ established an award to recognize the development of statistical methods for solving quality problems in products or services. The award was named for Dorian Shainin, a leading authority on product quality and reliability. During a professional career that spanned nearly six decades, Shainin developed more than 20 statistical techniques for solving problems, controlling processes, and developing highly reliable products.