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meetings [2019/04/02 01:07]
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meetings [2019/09/02 21:17] (current)
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 |TIMES: ​                             |Pre-Technical Meeting Topic & Sign-in@ **5:30 PM** \\ Food served 6:00 - 6:15 \\ Presentation Topic continues @ **6:15-7:15 PM** | |TIMES: ​                             |Pre-Technical Meeting Topic & Sign-in@ **5:30 PM** \\ Food served 6:00 - 6:15 \\ Presentation Topic continues @ **6:15-7:15 PM** |
 |FEES: ​                              ​|Attend the meeting at no charge. $5.00 per person will be charged for food. | |FEES: ​                              ​|Attend the meeting at no charge. $5.00 per person will be charged for food. |
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 +====== September 19th ASQ 0812 Section Meeting ======
 +
 +Section 812 asked us to post for their dinner meeting. \\
 +//This is the first time they'​ve asked us to do this.  Please don't confuse their 19th date with our normal meeting on the 9th.//
 +
 +Location:
 +The Lodge and Conference Center at Geneva State Park
 +4888 North Broadway
 +Geneva on the Lake, Ohio
 + 
 +Agenda:
 +6:00 Networking
 +6:30 Dinner
 +7:00 - 7:15 Program Begins
 +8:15 - 8:45 Meeting Adjourns
 +
 +Please choose a meal form the attached menu and  let me know by September 18th.  I will need to get the orders in to the Lodge by noon on the 18th. 
 +
 +ALL SECTION 0812 MEMBERS PAY $15 FOR ANY DINNER ​
 +
 +NON-MEMBERS,​ VISITING FROM OTHER SECTIONS ​ MUST PAY PRICE LISTED ON THE MENU
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 +The meeting is open to all ASQ Members and members guest(s)
 +
 +Mr. John Gaul will be the presenter for the meeting
 +
 +His topic will be Tactical Outcomes (Continual Improvement)
 +
 +Short Bio:  John Gaul has over 30 years of business consulting, engineering,​ quality and process improvement experience; helping companies quickly become more effective and efficient. ​ John has also trained and mentored over 2,000 problem-solving practitioners across a broad spectrum of industries. ​ For the past 16 years, John has been applying and sharing his knowledge via consulting with, training and mentoring process improvement practitioners all over the world. ​ Always focused on results, he has partnered with clients and companies to achieve untold millions in benefits while also insourcing capability and teaching them to do it on their own.  His company, Sum It Ascent, LLC is partnered with another locally-based firm: RB Sigma, LLC and they operate a shared corporate training center in Mentor, OH.  John is also a contributing author to the highly-acclaimed book “The Innovator’s Toolkit: : 50+ Techniques for Predictable and Sustainable Organic Growth”
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 +PLEASE SET SEPTEMBER 19TH ON YOU CALENDAR AND ATTEND THE MEETING. ​ THESE MEETINGS AND INFORMATION ARE PART OF YOU BENEFITS OF BEING AN ASQ MEMBER. ​ I HOPE TO SEE EVERYONE AND GUEST ON SEPTEMBER 19TH.
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 +YOU DO NOT HAVE TO COME FOR THE DINNER. ​ THE MEETING PRESENTATION IS FREE TO ALL MEMBERS SO PLEASE COME AND PARTICIPATE IN THE MEETING AND DISCUSSIONS.
 +
 +LAST BUT NOT LEAST, PLEASE LET ME KNOW OF ANY TOPICS YOU MAY BE INTERESTED IN.  ​
 +
 +THE TOPIC OF ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS WILL BE PRESENTED IN THE NEXT COUPLE OF MONTHS.
 +
 +THANK YOU FOR YOU PARTICIPATION
 +
 +LARRY LITKE, ASQ SECTION 0812 CHAIR
 +
 +{{ :​meetings:​meetings:​meetings:​2019:​american_society_for_quality_menu_summer_2019_.pdf |Dinner Menu}}
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 +
 +====== Monday, September 9th ======
 +
 +Please join us on Monday, September 9th for an evening of sharing, learning, and networking.
 +
 +This Month, The ASQ Meetings will be at:
 +
 +Trumbull Career and Technical Center \\
 +(right up the street from KSU-Trumbull). \\
 +528 Educational Highway \\
 +Warren (Champion), OH 44483
 +
 +ASQ members and non-members are welcome to attend. ​   Dinner will cost $5.00.
 +Please invite your associates. ​   RSVP’s requested. ​
 +Please RSVP   Lisa Modispaugh by noon on Friday, September 6 to: 330.402.2187 or [[brownie42219@yahoo.com|Lisa]].
 +
 +5:30 pm – 6:15 pm:             ​Outliers;​ Part 1 by Paul Mathews
 +6:15 – 6:30 pm:                Dinner
 +6:30 pm – 7: 15 pm             ​Outliers;​ Part 2    by Paul Mathews
 +
 +Nothing ruins a beautiful data set as fast as an ugly outlier. We've all seen them. We've all got them. What to do? What to do?
 +
 +At this month'​s meeting we'll discuss outliers: where they come from, how to spot them, what to do with them, and what not to do with them. Here's an outlier story with an unexpected ending to get you primed for the discussion: ​ Years ago I attended a seminar taught by the chemical engineer Fred Wood who was coauthor of the famous Lin Wood statistical modeling program. Fred told a story about consulting at a petroleum refinery where he discovered an outlier. On Christmas Eve someone recorded a high octane reading from a low octane process that was incapable of producing high octane fuel. Everyone wrote off the observation as a bad measurement caused by too much holiday egg nog. But not Fred. Upon investigation it turned out that someone had indeed screwed up. The process had been accidentally tweaked by an operator, the process reacted to the tweak, and the high-octane reading was real! Fred got the associated patent on the process to produce high octane fuel from a low octane process - because he knew and practiced the correct way to manage outliers.
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 +Biography – Paul Mathews
 +
 +Paul Mathews is president of Mathews Malnar and Bailey, Inc., a provider of quality engineering and applied statistical consulting and training services for R&D, product, process, and manufacturing engineering organizations. Paul has over 30 years of experience as an engineer, scientist, professor, and consultant. He holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in physics from Miami University??​ and Case Western Reserve University, respectively,​ and is certified by ASQ as a Quality Engineer and Six Sigma Black Belt. Paul holds ten patents and is the author of two books: Design of Experiments with MINITAB and Sample Size Calculations:​ Practical Methods for Engineers and Scientists. Paul is a member of the American Statistical Association and a senior member of the American Society for Quality. In his free time, Paul races and cruises his sailboat Whitehawk on Lake Erie with his wife Kathy.
  
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