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ASQ NJIT Fall Ott Conference – October 9th, 2017

October 9, 2017, ASQ NJIT Fall Ott Conference on Visual Factory Management, Collaborative Robotics, Lean six-sigma Methods, Tools and Case Studies, organized by the NJIT ASQ Student Leadership Team: Michelle Vollo, President, Jovana Stijovic and Jelena Stijovic, Vice Presidents, Avery Bechtel, Program Chair, Philip Lelikov, Secretary, Terry Asante, Educational Chair, and Paul G Ranky, Founding Academic Advisor.

Several presenters will discuss Visual Factory Management, Collaborative Robotics, Lean six-sigma Methods, Tools and Case Studies in academia, as well as in industry. The core focus is Zero Defect Devices, Production, Service and Systems, including Root Cause Analysis (RCA). Root Cause Analysis is an essential first step when starting a six-sigma study for process improvement by controlling variations. RCA is generally applicable in situations where a defect occurs and there is a possibility that it might be beneficial to identify and address the real cause so that the situation does not occur again.

Every session will follow an interactive workshop style.

Event Date & Time:
October 9, 2017, 6 to 9 pm

Location: NJIT (New Jersey Institute of Technology), Newark, NJ 07102, GITC building, room 2305

www.njit.edu (Parking is available, please email Dr Ranky: ranky@njit.edu well in advance; thanks!)
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Reminder: Are you attending next week’s Section Meeting?

There is still time to register for next week’s section meeting Healthcare Process Improvement – Early Sepsis Identification

Date & Time: June 13, 2017 from 6:30 – 8:30 PM

Location: Spanish Tavern 103 McWhorter Street – Newark, NJ 07105 (MapIt)
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June Section Meeting: Healthcare Process Improvement – Early Sepsis Identification

Sepsis is associated with a high risk of mortality. The number of deaths in US due to sepsis has increased from 154,159 in 2000 to 207,427 in 2007. The main objective of this presentation is to demonstrate utilization of process improvement and system redesign methodologies for the purpose of improving broad spectrum antibiotics administration within 1 hour of severe sepsis/septic shock recognition, and studying its effect on mortality.
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May Section Meeting: Agile Performance Management

Great companies manage performance by looking at teams, not drudging through annual performance reviews. Agile Performance Management helps organizations understand how teams helping fulfill corporate goals and improve agile teams so that they can meet those goals. Social recognition and frequent feedback are the heart of agile. Skill development and just-in-time learning are investments that pay off. Measuring teams performance, providing feedback, and giving the tools to meet expectations – that’s what’s replacing tortuous annual performance reviews.

Agile Performance Management provides a full continuum of meaningful performance – and it happens all the time, not just every 6-months.

Highlights:

This presentation describes how organizations that have implemented the Agile Performance Management program can be successful in many ways:

• supporting a style of work that is collaborative, social and fast moving

• aligning the performance of teams with the goals of the organization

• providing employees with a voice in influencing individual, team and organizational performance

• providing supervisors with the skills they need to coach and counsel employees and teams every day, not just at annual appraisal times

• providing the organization with a health check of their training and organizational development efforts by gathering cumulative information about performance management trends
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Reminder: November Section Meeting – Leadership for the Innovation Economy

Time is running outTime is running out to reserve you space to join us for the “Leadership for the Innovation Economy” presentation and dinner.

This proprietary program, presented by Tina C. Powell a Managing Member and Director of Business Management for Beacon Wealth Management, is designed for motivated business professionals who want to move the leadership needle in their organizations, with the ultimate goal of creating lasting and measurable value for all shareholders.

What you’ll discover

  • How Innovation Causes Anxiety
  • The Unmistakable Differences Between Leadership and Management
  • The Two Variables of Business Performance
  • The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership
  • Tactics to Develop Your Unique Leadership Style

Location: Spanish Tavern 103 McWhorter Street – Newark, NJ 07105

Date & Time: November 8th, 2016 – 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM

REGISTRATION: (Includes Dinner)

Reminder: October Section Meeting – Manufacturing Engineering Quality

Time is running outIt’s not to late register today for our October Section Meeting. Join us for this dinner presentation where we will showcase several recent Lean Six Sigma projects.

Date and Time: Thursday, October 13th, 2016 6:30 – 9:00pm

Location: Spanish Tavern 103 McWhorter Street – Newark, NJ 07105

Registration:

Section Meeting: Leadership for the Innovation Economy

Business is accelerating at a pace of change we have never seen before. Our world has entered a new era of disruption where change and innovation is the new normal, requiring strong and agile leadership and a comfort with the uncomfortable.

Leadership is about change; being able to make things happen with, and through, other people.
Thriving organizations already know this and depend on leaders to spearhead new ideas and transformative ways of thinking. It’s time to seize these opportunities, take your own leadership to a new level, and inspire your teams to take on the risk/reward challenge of leadership in the innovation economy.

This proprietary program is designed for motivated business professionals who want to move the leadership needle in their organizations, with the ultimate goal of creating lasting and measurable value for all shareholders.

What you’ll discover

  • How Innovation Causes Anxiety
  • The Unmistakable Differences Between Leadership and Management
  • The Two Variables of Business Performance
  • The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership
  • Tactics to Develop Your Unique Leadership Style

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