Date: June 9, 2016
Time: Registration 5:00 PM,
Dinner 6:00 PM,
Presentation 7:00 PM
Location: Coast Bellevue Hotel
625 116th Ave. NE
Bellevue, WA 98004
Title: Getting the Most of Your ASQ Membership
Speaker: Scott Siderman
Dinner and Presentation—$25 for ASQ Members who register by June 6, 2016; $35 for all Non-Members and ASQ Members who register after June 6, 2016 Click Here
Presentation Only—$10; Click Here
Web-Based Connection—$10 for registrations received by June 8, 2016; no late registrations accepted Click Here
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You might be a new member or have been a member for many years. You may have joined ASQ for many reasons. Some of you might even not be members yet and are wondering, “Should I join?”
Regardless of your situation, you expect to gain something from your membership and/or participation in ASQ activities. Some of you have realized gains; others might be unaware of what resources are available to you, and others still may be wondering how to take best advantage of their memberships. If any of these categories describe your perspective, you definitely should attend this month’s meeting.
Join us for this interactive session to learn how you can get the most from your ASQ membership. Come and help the Seattle Section Chair, Scott Siderman, as he leads this highly participatory meeting that will enlighten you to the many benefits of an ASQ membership.
Scott Siderman is a management consultant with Strong-Bridge Consulting. For more than 20 years, Scott has been helping his employers and clients transform the performance of their processes and organizations. His approach is simple; ask provocative questions while forging high-performing teams.
Siderman started out as a consultant applying Just-in-time/Lean manufacturing philosophies to the banking industry, and his career has evolved to include quality, process improvement, process redesign/reengineering, performance measurement, and customer-focused organizational design. His industry experience includes banking, insurance, government, criminal justice, mail-order retail, customer care, behavioral health, high tech, higher education, and healthcare. Within these industries, Siderman has facilitated successful process improvement/redesign teams in such diverse processes as claims, financial close, procurement, customer care, grant and technical assistance oversight, and hospital patient care. He also has led organizational design teams in customer care and information technology organizations. In order to assure the organization’s success, each of these projects included the development and implementation of performance metrics (key performance indicators).
Siderman has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (Tufts University) and a Master of Science in Industrial Administration (Carnegie-Mellon University). He is a leader and frequent speaker for the ASQ and currently is the Chair of the Seattle Section. Prior to relocating to Seattle, he was a leader of the Boston Section Business Process Improvement Committee and recognized as the Boston Section’s Quality Engineer of the Year.
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