February, me and the ASQ

February is a busy month for me and the ASQ.

February 11th – Boston Section meeting on “Mixed Reality in Quality 4.0”

Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality are more than just a science fiction dream, with the market expected to exceed $50 billion by 2024.

The technology promises that workers will have more information about the task at hand, which makes them more efficient and productive. In this session we will explore several opportunities the technologies present and provide a glimpse on how Thermo Fisher Scientific is working with key technology providers to implement on the pharmaceutical manufacturing floor.

It will be fun to discuss some of the fun stuff I’m working on at work. Thermo Fisher is hosting the event at the Waltham facility, which I haven’t even visited yet. Should be a fun time.

February 23-25, Lean and Six Sigma Conference in Phoenix

At the conference I will be presenting on “Sustaining Change – Executing a Sustainability Plan.” Sustaining change is one of my core competencies, and I’m excited to continue the conversation on this. If you re coming to the conference I look forward to seeing you there.

February 29, Unconference for the Team and Workplace Excellence Forum

What better day to hold an unconference on leap day, an un-day.

We have a stimulating day planned. We will be discussing team excellence and quality culture and contributing to development of a body of knowledge for the Team and Workplace Excellence Forum. The agenda is here.

The Unconference is free to members of the ASQ. For non-ASQ members there is a charge of $15.00 per person for lunch.

Please RSVP by February 24th, so we can reserve a seat for you. We are looking forward to seeing you there. If there is anything you will need or have any questions, please don’t hesitate to let me know. The RSVP is here.

The my.ASQ.org event page is here: https://my.asq.org/communities/events/item/170/60/1568

It is going to be a great way to end the month and I hope you can join us.

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