ASQ invites proposals for presentations for the 2015 World Conference on Quality and Improvement. Focus areas include innovation, leadership, risk and change, practical application of quality approaches, and the future of quality. Submit proposals by August 1, 2014.
QP has announced its editorial planner for 2015. See a list of projected topics for feature articles the magazine is seeking for the 2015 publication year.
Submissions on other topics are always welcome.
See complete author guidelines.
A case study on the application of a blended-learning method to teach a discrete-event simulation course at The Ohio State University has received the Quality Approaches in Higher Education 2013 Best Paper Award. Read the case study, which was published in the May 2013 issue.
Quality Approaches in Higher Education welcomes submissions from faculty from two- and four-year institutions, as well as from professionals from the student services arena, institutional research, professional development, business affairs, and more. See complete author guidelines.
Continuing in 2013–2014, the Reliability Division will administer a $1,000 annual award for the best reliability-focused paper published in Quality Engineering. Read the award-winning paper for 2012-2013: "Experiments for Reliability Achievement."
Submit your paper to Quality Engineering for consideration for publication.
Have a success story to share about using quality tools and approaches? Reach hundreds of thousands of readers by publishing it as an ASQ case study.
Submit a story now for consideration, or let ASQ do the writing for you. Contact case study coordinator Adam Wise to learn more.
The Lean Enterprise Division seeks articles for a new column in the quarterly Six Sigma Forum Magazine. Share how you overcame your struggles through a kaizen blitz, ideas about what makes a good lean practitioner, or perspectives on lean in a service environment.
Send article submissions to Lance Coleman.
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