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Joint ASQ 509 General Membership Meeting and Lean Six Sigma SIG  

Where
Marriott Bethesda Suites/Democracy Grill, 6711 Democracy Blvd., Bethesda MD, 20817

When
Oct 11    6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

ASQ Section 509, Washington, DC and Maryland Metro

Joint ASQ 509 General Membership Meeting and Lean Six Sigma SIG

Presents

Leadership Theory Utilizing Business Process Reengineering and Lean Principals

By

Mr. Marcus S. Parker Sr.


Registration & Networking:  6:00 p.m.

General Announcements and Introductions: 6:30 p.m.

Dinner and Presentations: 7:00 p.m.

Adjourn: 9:00 p.m.


Special pricing for joint LSS SIG and GM event: The cost including a full meal is only $20 for both members and for non-members.


Registration: Registration in advance is required so that we can get your dinner selection. Registration must be completed by 9 am Tuesday October 10th. 

Please register here or by contacting ASQ at (Programs@asq509.org).   


Presentation Overview: 

Leadership theory presented with focus on the business process activity diagram, the central tool for effective process understanding and change in any organization. The Business Process Diagram is the key tool that provides the linkage between specific processes and the overall business model.  It serves as a “Rosetta Stone” for all business process activities, understanding specific business processes in the context of the larger business model and the activities that drive business to profitability.

Speaker Biography:

Mr. Marcus S. Parker Sr., PMP®, CSM®, LSSBB                                                                         

Program Manager - Department of Defense

Consultant/Lead Instructor - ATEM Group, LLC

Past-President & Chapter Trustee -  Project Management Institute, Silver Spring, MD Chapter 

Marcus Parker is an internationally recognized lecturer, author, and an industry thought leader with 19 years’ of professional experience in engineering and program management. He is currently a Program Manager with the Department of Defense and consultant with the ATEM Group. With the ATEM Group he leads the program management and business process reengineering services line.  He holds both a BS and MS from Rochester Institute of Technology. His BS is in Engineering and his MS is a Cross Disciplinary master’s in Engineering & Technology Management. Marcus is the recipient of the Project Management Institute (PMI®) 2015 Chapter Leadership award and PMI® Collaboration and Outreach award. He most recently served on the board of directors of Project Management For Change a nonprofit that received the Presidential Points of Light Service Award for their 2017 for Project Management Day of Service held on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Day the national day of service. 

We look forward to seeing you!