Monthly Archives: October 2014

How Does Quality Fit Into Social Responsibility?

This is a guest post by Greg Allen, an environmental scientist at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.  He has degrees in biology, engineering management, and is nearing completion of a doctoral degree in organizational leadership.  His research involves assessing the … Continue reading

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Recruiting Members and Volunteers Amid a Changing Landscape

In recent months I have been traveling to ASQ sections and divisions to meet with our members. Our members are very passionate about ASQ, and they don’t hesitate to bring up challenges that we must address as an organization. One … Continue reading

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Celebrate World Quality Month in November!

World Quality Month is coming up in November! This year again, www.worldqualitymonth.org is your one-stop resource for celebration materials and ideas. New this year is a celebration guide that may be particularly helpful. It’s a step-by-step guide to celebrating World … Continue reading

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September Roundup: What’s the Best Approach to Strategy?

Do you have a preferred way to approach challenges and opportunities? If so, you have a strategy.  In September, ASQ’s bloggers wrote about their approach to strategy after ASQ CEO Bill Troy shared his. Approaches and methodologies: Tim McMahon approaches … Continue reading

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