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January Six Sigma SIG Meeting  

Where
TEQCORNER
1616 Anderson Road
Center Conference Room (3rd Floor)
McLean, Virginia  22102

When
Jan 30, 2008    6:30 pm - 8:45 pm

“Getting senior management engaged in Six Sigma quality programs”
 
Presented by
Mr. Jack Littley
President and CEO, J&J Management Solutions

6:30-7:30pm – Networking
7:30-8:30pm – Program
8:30-8:45pm – Lean Six Sigma Business & Announcements

Please register by emailing your name, title, organization and industry to SixSimaSIG @ asq509.org.  Remove spaces around "@".  Registration is complimentary and ASQ Membership is not required.  Pizza and soda refreshments will be provided. 

Program Description: Learn and discuss the challenges senior management face when implementing Six Sigma programs.  Look at trend perceptions, and how to overcome them with facts.  Hands on practice with the Stakeholder Analysis tool and how it applies to gaining the management support needed to drive a successful Six Sigma program.

Speaker: Jack Littley is President and CEO of J&J Management Solutions, a consulting and advisory service that helps senior executives manage critical issues related to growth, business transformation and organizational development. Over the past 35 year he has:

  • Co-founded four businesses, growing one from four founders to 1800+ employees and $350M revenues.
  • Managed large, high performance organizations
  • Served as a corporate development executive where he managed multiple acquisitions and captured high value business targets
  • Served as a technology manager who has led large scale system development and implementation programs for commercial and government organizations.
  • Been an active member of Northern Virginia technology community with strong executive connections as well as connections to technology workforce.
  • Led strategic planning teams for business, government, academic and non-profit organizations.
  • Been a thought leader in emerging area of mergers and acquisitions as tools for competency growth in technology organizations.
    Dr. Littley’s Academic Credentials include:
  • Doctor of Science in Engineering Management and Systems Engineering, The George Washington University- Dissertation Buying Knowledge an Examination of Mergers and Acquisitions as Tools for Competency Growth in Technology Firms
  • Master of Business Administration, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
  • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering,  Rutgers University

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For more details, map and directions to TEQCORNER, see the January 2008 Six Sigma SIG Meeting Announcement meeting announcement.