Monthly Archives: March 2013

Local Government and Quality

Last week ASQ welcomed executives and administrators from the City of Milwaukee (where our global headquarters reside) to an open house. The intent was to help them better understand ASQ and the offerings we can provide as the City embarks … Continue reading

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Quality Solutions in Unexpected Places

Don’t tell me this has never happened to you. You’re away from the office—at home, at the store, at a sporting event, at your children’s school—and you spot a situation where a quality tool would really come in handy.  Or, … Continue reading

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February Roundup–Risk and Failure in Quality and Science

“It is interesting how the February ASQ Influential Voices topic has moved from addressing the fear of failure to the discussion of managing risk,” writes blogger Scott Rutherford in his second blog topic addressing failure. What started as a discussion … Continue reading

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