So, You'd Like To Be an ASQ Fellow

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Bossert, James   (2006, ASQ)   Bank of American, Charlotte, NC

Quality Progress    Vol. 39    No. 4
QICID: 20457    April 2006    pp. 49-53
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Article Abstract

Some of the benefits of becoming an ASQ Fellow include peer recognition, networking opportunities, and new levels of ASQ involvement. A candidate must be an ASQ Senior Member for at least five years before submission of the nomination and be able to demonstrate 15 years of experience in quality related positions. The process for becoming a fellow can be found in ASQ policy G-3. Current Fellows, called process guides, offer mentoring to assist potential candidates with their applications. A sidebar article describes the requirements for becoming an ASQ Senior Member.

Keywords

American Society for Quality (ASQ),Career development,Membership functions,Professional development,Qualification


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