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We had a great lesson on Social Responsibility in the workplace and in our personal life. Learn more about Social Responsibility and join the LinkedIn group ASQ-Social Responsibility Technical Community.
For our August Membership Meeting, ASQ Denver Section members gathered at Breckenridge Brewery for a special tour that focused specifically on the quality control activities in the brewery. The tour was guided in part by Antonio, the brewery’s quality control lab technician, who was able to answer our questions in detail.
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On July 14th, ASQ Denver members and family gathered for a delicious dinner to celebrate our Annual Membership Appreciation Dinner. The Denver Leadership Team hosted this complimentary event for all our section members and their family in appreciation for their support of ASQ and of our Denver Section.
At the June ASQ Denver Member Meeting, Colin Gray of Cavendish Scott shared some of the experiences he has had in auditing and implementing the new standard. Key to the discussion was the role that management must play in supporting an organization’s quality management system and aligning it with the larger goals and strategies of the organization.
ASQ is hosting two training courses in Denver this September. The first course, “Failure Mode and Effect Analysis,” is for design and/or process managers and engineers, or personnel in the fields of manufacturing, quality assurance, reliability research, development, and safety engineering who are trying to identify and reduce risk. The curriculum will address FMEA history, […]
In times of change, why do some changes “stick” while others don’t? More importantly, what can you do about it? And, how does that help a public service agency like the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) improve its services for its customers? On Tuesday, May 9th, Laura Parsons and Chloe Sanders, interns for CDOT’s Process […]
Kathryn McIver, ASQ Denver Section member, spoke April 11th about the content of her recently published article Good Shepard.
The Denver Section would like to congratulate Gracie Murguia, the winner of our 2016 raffle. The section raffled a paid registration to the 2017 World Conference on Quality and Improvement.