Archive | December, 2013

October Webinar – (10/21/2013)

Please share the following with announcement with members in your section. This fall, ASQ Houston Section 1405 will be pilot testing a new and exciting offering for our members throughout our region. We will be hosting an online professional development meeting…yes, you won’t have to leave the comfort of your home or office. You’ll be […]

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April Meeting – (04/09/2014)

Speaker:  William W. Scherkenbach Topic: Why has Quality been so Difficult? Overview: After the great and informative panel discussion on “Why is Developing Quality Software so Hard?” for ASQ Austin’s March meeting, Bill was inspired to share his perspective on several points that were raised: The role of culture Top down quality Fail Fast Fear […]

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March Tour & Panel Discussion – (03/12/2014)

TOPIC: Why is Developing Quality Software so Hard? TOUR & PANEL DISCUSSION: On Wednesday, March 12, 2014, the Austin Section of ASQ (American Society for Quality) will host a panel discussion where software and quality experts share ideas and explore the confusing, and often dangerous, intersection of software development and quality assurance. We will explore […]

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February Meeting – (02/12/2014)

Speakers:  Alfredo Mycue Alfredo Mycue,  Director of Business Transformation and Rapid Process Improvement at Texas Workforce Commission David Johnson, Manager of Program Planning, Policy, and Metrics at the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs Topic: Rapid Process Improvement (RPI) at Texas Workforce Commission (TWC)  and Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA) Overview: […]

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January Meeting – (01/08/2014)

Moderator:   Cindi Manning Topic: How Can ASQ Austin Help You?  Creating Our Future Overview: The quality movement has been going strong for over 30 years.  In that time what difference has the movement made?   Are we making the difference we want, globally, and here in Austin?  What do you want to achieve in your […]

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