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Annual NY/NJ Metropolitan Section Awards Dinner

The NY/NJ Metropolitan Section will be hosting it’s annual Holiday/Awards Dinner to recognize and thank those individuals who have worked so hard to plan and implement the Section’s events over the past year. This year’s event will be held from 6 PM to 9 PM at the Marriott in Jersey City.

Location: 540 Washington Blvd, Jersey City, NJ 07310 (Map It)

Cost: $35 per ticket

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NY/NJ Metropolitan Section 300 Holiday / Awards Dinner

The NY/NJ Metropolitan Section will be hosting a Holiday/Awards Dinner to recognize and thank those individuals who have worked so hard to plan and implement the Section’s events. This year’s event will be held on 6:30 PM, Saturday, December 05, 2014 at:
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2015 ASQ Metropolitan Legacy Award Presented to Dak Murthy

Photo Dak MurthyThe NY/NJ Metropolitan Section is pleased to announce the 2015 ASQ Metropolitan Legacy Award has been presented to Mr. Dak Murthy. Dak is a long time section member, past Section Chair and currently is serving as both a Volunteer-at-Large and as the Section’s Nomination Committee Chair. The the award was presented to Dak on Sunday, June 21st 2015.

ASQ Metropolitan Legacy Award is the highest ranking & most prestigious award for ASQ Metropolitan Section & is awarded annually.

2015 Walter Young Scholarship Winner Announced

Congratulations to Alex Wang the recipient of the 2015 Walter Young Scholarship!

Photo-Alex Wang

Brief Bio about Alex

After going to college to pursue software engineering, Alex discovered an interest in design and user experience. This summer, he is interning at GoDaddy, working on improving and standardizing the company’s UX across all products.

In his free time, he enjoys playing guitar, exercising, and watching shows.

Alex is interested in constantly improving user experience in every aspect of life, and consistent quality is one of the most important aspects of it.

He plans on using the scholarship to continue pursuing his education.

Section Meeting: The International Team Excellence Award – “What Separated the Best from the Rest?”

The September section meeting will feature a presentation from the recent ASQ World Quality Conference on the International Team Excellence Award – “What Separated the Best from the Rest?

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NJ Governor’s Award for Performance Excellence to be Presented at QNJ Annual Conference

By Tom Ligas, Executive Director QNJ

The Governor’s Award for Performance Excellence will be presented to three organizations at Quality New Jersey’s 17th Annual Conference on May 16, 2006 by either Governor Jon Corzine or Gary Rose, Head of the Governor’s Office of Economic Growth and Chair of the Governor’s Economic Council. This award, which uses the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award criteria, recognizes organizations that have demonstrated successful results through the deployment of a comprehensive integrated quality framework.

The recipients of the 2005 Governor’s Award for Performance Excellence are Reimbursement Services Inc., Jersey Shore University Medical Center and Virtua Health. All three will receive the Bronze Level Governor’s Award.

Reimbursement Services Inc. is an employee benefits brokerage and consulting firm headquartered in Mt. Laurel with 73 employees and serving small and mid-size companies throughout New Jersey, Eastern Pennsylvania, Northern Delaware and Manhattan, New York.

Jersey Shore University Medical Center in Neptune is a division of Meridian Hospitals Corporation, within Meridian Health. It is a university affiliate of The University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey’s (UMDNJ) Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. JSUMC has about 2,900 employees and provides inpatient care, outpatient care, emergency care and community care.

Virtua Health is a non-profit healthcare delivery system, headquartered in Marlton. It is the result of a 1998 merger between Memorial Health Alliance and West jersey Health System, which have been serving South jersey for more than a century. Virtua Health has hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers, out-patient services, long-term care and sub-acute rehabilitation facilities, and a medically-based fitness center.

Quality New Jersey will also recognize two organizations for taking another step along their Quality journey via Baldrige-based assessments – Raritan Valley Community College and Cablevision NJ Field Operations.

At the conference, the First Annual Best Practices in Business Award will be presented to RCI Vacation Network Group for their “Topgrading: Building Capabilities for Execution” initiative addressing employee talent management. This award was selected from the First Annual Best Practices in Business Conference held February 2, 2006. NJBIZ publisher Chad Beatty welcomed sixty people from a variety of organizations and functions to hear ten presentations designed to share best practices from the business community. The Second Annual Best Practices in Business Conference will be held in February 2007.

A re-presentation of the Second Annual Innovation in State Government Award will also occur at QNJ’s Annual Conference. On May 1, 2006 QNJ and the NJ State Department of Personnel will co-presented this Award to the Department of Transportation for their “Best Management Practices in Transportation Security – Partnership Between the Public and Private Sectors” initiative. Special Merit Innovation Awards will also be presented to the NJ Housing & Mortgage Finance Agency for their “NJ Housing Resource Center” initiative and to the NJ Lottery for their “Harnessing The Power Of Cultural Differences For Successful Multi-Cultural Collaboration” initiative.

These awards were selected from the Fourth Annual Best Practices in State Government Workshop held October 19, 2005. State Treasurer John McCormac welcomed 90 attendees from various state government departments. The conference, designed to share best practices among state agencies, to recognize the good work being done in government and to allow for networking opportunities, featured 14 presentations selected from a record 37 submissions. Attendees gave the workshop high marks. “I was happy to say I worked for the State of New Jersey after this conference” said a DOT employee. A Labor & Workforce Development employee remarked “I can say this was the best conference I ever attended”.

In October 2006, the Fifth Annual Best Practices in Government Workshop will be open to all government organizations in NJ, including local and federal.

QNJ, a private not-for profit organization, administers the Governor’s Award for Performance Excellence and advises organizations of all sizes and in all segments, including business, education, healthcare, government and non-profit, on improving their performance. By participating in QNJ, organizations can share best practices, benchmark other organizations, and receive Baldrige training and discounted consulting services. In addition to identifying improvement opportunities, the Governor’s Award process and two other Baldrige-based assessments provide valuable consulting advice for a fraction of what it would cost to obtain it elsewhere. For more information on QNJ, please visit www.qnj.org.