October Webinar – (10/08/16)

Is Your Data Describing What You Intend to Communicate?



Norma Antunano


Sometimes when we  prepare information  to communicate a situation,  findings from an analysis,  or when we want to communicate an opportunity that should be addressed  we  may  face questions about the appropriate way of presenting  the information.  We may also need to decide how to best categorize,  segment or subgroup the information, or what tool or method we should use for the type of data we have.

To illustrate how the data can best reach the target audience,  in this Webinar we will review scenarios using descriptive  statistics,  including  ideas to prepare  our personal health information we have available for review with our health care provider.


Norma  Antunano has over 20 years of combined experience in quality, engineering, leadership and innovation. She has worked for Motorola, Medtronic, Honeywell, 3COM and Broadcom, Hewlett Packard and other organizations in variety of roles,  including  product and service innovation, strategic partner management, quality engineering,  global quality management and IT strategy and consulting.  Norma holds a Master degree in Engineering Sciences from Arizona State University, and MBA from Keller Graduate School. She  is ASQ Fellow,  ASQ certified  Software, Quality  and Reliability Engineer,  Certified Software Product Manager, and  Master Six Sigma Black Belt.

Norma has  been multi year Malcolm Baldrige National  Award examiner of health care and government bank organizations, and has  authored  content for IPC, ASQ, IEEE and AHFE.  For almost half of her career she has  prepared and mentored hundreds of presentations for customers, project stakeholders, executives, and project certification board (including enterprise Lean Six Sigma Projects). To complement her passion for talent development, Norma has also  facilitated education for over 1000 students/working professionals at the University of Phoenix.  As IEEE Senior Member, she is currently part of the standards development task group (SDN project), and co-driving the creation of Central Texas Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. This year, Norma  has been invited as  participant of several IoT  forums hosted by Silicon Valley firm (multi-sector participation).

Date  10/08/16    at    9:30am CST (1 hour event)

Registration Fee:  $8.00

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