A Message From The Chair
Quality – What Does It Mean To You?
When you hear the word “quality” does it make you think of Manufacturing, Statistical Process Control (SPC) charts, inspections (and rejections), Corrective Actions, or maybe even Six Sigma?
Do you know that “quality” is a function of many other businesses from Food Service to Medicine, and even Education?
Did you know that there is a place to go to learn more about Quality, to find quality-related resources and to meet quality-minded people? Your local section of the ASQ (American Society for Quality) – Greater Binghamton Section 205, is here for that and so much more!
We host dinner meetings every month from September through June, with speakers discussing a wide-range of topics. We can also help connect you with effective quality tools, experienced quality professionals, business improvement methodologies, skills and training, as well as facilitate professional certifications.
So, what does quality mean to you? Does it mean continuous improvement, in whatever you happen to be doing? If so, why not think about joining us at one of our dinner meetings or conferences and help improve “US!”
If you are interested in learning more about quality and its role in everyday life, or you would like to share some knowledge or expertise, or you just want to meet and network with like-minded quality individuals, then come join us! Be a part of the “Voice of Quality in the Southern Tier of New York and Northeastern Pennsylvania.”
We encourage you to explore our Section website at www.asqbinghamton.org and our parent ASQ National website at www.asq.org to learn more about us.
Finally, note that 2017 marks the Binghamton ASQ Section’s 70th year serving the community! Come join us as we celebrate our anniversary. We sincerely hope that you will continue to come and develop a lasting relationship.
- You don’t need to be a member to attend our dinner meetings… come join us!
- You don’t need to be a member to attend our conferences… come join us!
- You don’t need to be a member… you might want to be! Come join us, and maybe we all will learn something new!
Robert Neuberger – Section Chair