American Society for Quality
 Section 0904 - East Central Indiana
PO Box 3147  Muncie, IN 47307-1147
www.asq904.org

The source of Quality Professionalism in East Central Indiana

 

April 2013 Membership Meeting
ASQ Section 0904 - East Central Indiana

***Note New Location***

Wednesday, April 17, 2013
to be held at
Mursix Corporation
2401 N Executive Park Dr Yorktown, IN 47396


See Map Below

Pre-Clinic

6:00 PM  

Plan to pitch in $5 for Pizza
Agenda

Introductions
Door Prize Drawing
Section Business
Election of 2013-2014 Officers
Introduction of Speaker

Speaker

 

6:30 PM
"The Peter Principal
and other insightful
theorems"
by Paul Baker

 

About the Preclinic:  

The Peter Principle: And other insightful theorems.

Is the Peter Principle just pure cynicism or does it provide a basis for organizational management? Learn what Laurence Peter really had in mind when he declared: “Employees tend to rise to their level of incompetence“, how to ‘manage upward’ and mitigate the threat of impending organizational doom.

About the Program:  

The Principles of Tom Peters: Are they still relevant today?

Tom Peters published In Search of Excellence in 1982 to prove how crucial people are to business success and to turn 'soft' factors into hard ones, when previously the only ‘hard’ factors were considered to be the 'numbers'. Are these ‘principles’ still relevant today? How do Peters’ eight Common Themes differ from Deming’s Fourteen Points? Learn more and join in the discussion!

About our Speaker:

Paul Baker is certified by the American Society for Quality (ASQ) as a Quality Engineer (CQE) and Six Sigma Black Belt (CSSBB). He is currently a New Product Introduction (NPI) Manager at Technicolor, Inc. in Indianapolis, IN. Paul has worked for Technicolor and its predecessor companies for more than thirty years in a variety of areas, including: process development, engineering management, manufacturing engineering, operations quality and product quality assurance. Paul holds a B.S. degree in biochemistry from Albright College in Reading, PA and an M.S. degree in chemical engineering from Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA.


Post-Meeting Follow-up:  

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