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November Six Sigma SIG Meeting
1616 Anderson Road
Center Conference Room (3rd Floor)
McLean, Virginia 22102
Nov 28, 2007 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
If you've been waiting for the right time to attend a Six Sigma SIG Meeting, this is THE ONE. You are cordially invited to a Very Special November Six Sigma Meeting -- it's the LAST meeting in 2007 and the FIRST birthday of the SIG. To mark the occasion, we've made arrangements for a Special Cake (hint: think tropical fruits), Hors d'Oeuvres (hint: it's not pizza) and a Surprise (hint: involves fire).
We listened to your feedback and have invited a speaker who will not only present about Six Sigma tools, but also show you how to apply them. By the end of the meeting, you will have had an opportunity to create a Critical-to-Quality (CTQ) Tree of your business. Other Six Sigma tools open to discussion include Failure Mode Effects Analysis (FMEA), Ishikawa ( a.k.a. Fishbone) Diagram and Voice-of-Customer (VOC) techniques.
�More Quality, Less Lawsuits�
Mr. David J. Biss
President/Founder, Automotive Safety Analysis (ASA) Corporation
Wednesday, November 28, 2007 (the week after Thanksgiving)
Six Sigma is applied across a broad spectrum of industries. Past SIG speakers have demonstrated it in Government Services, Healthcare and New Product Development � this month: Automotive Safety.
Come to understand how safer and better vehicles (high Quality) translate to more satisfied consumers and fewer lawsuits (low Liability Exposure). This causal connection can be extrapolated to almost any industry including yours.
The format is part presentation part workshop. You will be afforded an opportunity to create a Critical-to-Quality (CTQ) Tree for your business as the speaker walks you through how he applied key Six Sigma tools such as the CTQ Tree, Failure Mode Effects Analysis (FMEA), Ishikawa (a.k.a. Fishbone) Diagram and Voice-of-Customer (VOC) techniques.
If you�ve been waiting for the right time to attend an ASQ Six Sigma SIG meeting, this is THE ONE.
Speaker: David J. Biss is a well-known and established SME with over 30 years of professional experience in the field of automotive and highway safety research at notable organizations including the Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory (CALSPAN), National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), AB Volvo in Sweden and Center of Auto Safety in Washington D.C. He has authored over technical 17 publications and directed over 30 R&D programs resulting in substantial contributions to 35 more publications.
Mr. Biss has recently branched out in to product liability prevention covering all types of products and services, specializing in the prevention of injury/fatality and the reduction of all aspects of product liability exposure through use of key Quality concepts and techniques such as the Lean Six Sigma tools and management systems.
Please register by emailing your name, title, organization and industry to SixSigmaSIG @ asq509.org (Note: Remove spaces around @). Registration is complimentary and ASQ Membership is not required. Pizza and soda refreshments will be provided.
Your competitors will be here. Your clients will be here. Shouldn�t you be here too?
For more details, map and directions to TEQCORNER, see the November meeting announcement.