What If Change Was Easy?
Change is inevitable. We may respond with excitement, indifference, or fear. Effective leaders recognize and respond to the potential effects of organizational change. They view improvements through the lens of the system, processes, and people. Sustainable improvements rarely take hold without everyone understanding and embracing change. This session explores change, not as an obstacle to success, but as an opportunity to improve one step at a time, consistently, over time. Continue reading “What If Change Was Easy? Free Webinar 11/12/18 11AM CST”
Cheryl Tulkoff ASQ CMQ/QE, ASQ CRE
Director of Corporate Quality and Continuous improvement National Instruments
Traveling and working outside the US provides incredible opportunities to observe how other countries and cultures achieve reliability. Because reliability requires both people and objects to function well for a certain time under specific conditions, it means quite different things in different places! Politics, geography, culture, climate, and society norms all influence how reliability is defined, perceived and achieved. In a presentation that is equal parts travelogue and technology review, learn more about the fascinating ways reliability is achieved around the world and how you can apply some of these lessons in your own organization. Case studies include examples of reliability management in the US, Mexico, Ethiopia, South Africa, New Zealand and India with technologies ranging from automobiles, to appliances to tracking devices.
Continue reading “Running Reliably: The World Through the Lens of a Globetrotting Reliability Engineer”
Mark your calendar now for the 2018 ASQ Austin Holiday Dinner!
Date: Wednesday, December 5, 2018
Location: Private Banquet Room of Fogo de Chão
Come enjoy a relaxing holiday evening with fellow quality professionals.
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Our speaker kindly provided these free materials
from his recent presentation!
Summary: The Supplier Quality Engineer will be responsible for
- Interacting with suppliers to address quality excursions observed at any of the Luminex sites.
- Interfacing with Operations, Engineering, and Sourcing for supplier performance monitoring and selection
- Driving continuous improvement plans with suppliers.
Continue reading “Supplier Quality Engineer – Biotechnology – Austin”
Michael Brucker, ASQ CQM/OE, CQE. CQA, Senior Mgr.
Michael is the GlobalFoundries Senior Manager of Automotive Quality Systems and the proud parent of the AutoProTM Service Package. He is a Quality and Operations leader with 20+ years of related experience including leading key initiatives for GlobalFoundries, Motorola, Texas Instruments, and Silicon Labs. He is also a contributing member to the AEC Q004 Zero Defects Guideline
Automotive Service and Zero Defects
The acceleration of electronic systems and consumption of semiconductor content by the Automotive industry in the past few years has been revolutionary. This is largely driven by a need for new technologies that promise to enhance the driving experience such as navigation, remote roadside assistance, and autonomous driving systems that combine data from multiple sensors with high-performance processors that make control decisions. Continue reading “Automotive Service and Zero Defects 10/10/18 6-8PM”
The ASQ Young Quality Professionals Network strives to cultivate a stimulating community for young professionals by developing resources and learning opportunities relevant to young leaders. It is our goal to learn together, to seek out mentorship and to shepherd one another through a variety of social networking and events which support success in the spirit of ASQ for all young professionals.
Come and join our social event on 10/18 at Rudy’s BBQ! There will be a short presentation at 6:00 PM followed by a tour of Rudy’s BBQ, a winner of the 2010 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. This will be followed by a BBQ tasting!
Continue reading “Young Quality Professional – Essential Steps to being a Successful Quality Professional!”
The transition to online access for the Quality Management Journal (QMJ) was complete earlier this year. The Quality Management Journal aims to link the efforts of academic researchers and quality management practitioners by publishing significant research relevant to quality management practice and provide a forum for discussion of such research by academics and practitioners.
The Quality Management Journal is a peer-reviewed publication and is published four times per year.
Full, Senior and Fellow members all have free access to digital subscriptions. Join today at the ASQ site, upgrade by calling ASQ Customer Care at 800-248-1946, or contact Austin Section 1414 Membership Chair Shoshana Bokelman email@example.com for assistance.
Student and Associate: Digital Access to the Quality Management Journal is not included in your membership.
Improve your communication with designers, customers and suppliers by understanding the language of Geometric Dimensions and Tolerances. In this one day course you will review the fundamental concepts of GD&T that allow you to communicate simply and precisely what a fabricated part should look like and how to measure and inspect it.
Who should attend this class:
Continue reading “Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) Overview – Friday, August 10th”