Upcoming Events


NOTICE: Starting with our 1/10/2017 Dinner meeting, ASQ 1510 member pricing is $15 per person, ASQ Student Member pricing is $5, and non-member/late pricing is $30.  (you may send an alternate if you find after registering that you cannot attend, but we must pay venue for each registrant regardless of whether you show up, so registration fee is non-refundable)


ASQ 1515 (ASQ 1510 invited) Dinner Meeting 6/12

Embassy Suites West Palm Beach

1601 Belvedere Rd.

West Palm Beach FL, 33406

Speaker:       Andrew Cole, Program Manager, Business Assurance at DNV GL, Supply Cain Solutions

Cannabis Industry, Preparing for Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) Regulations
                       An overview of the current role of quality in this new, fast-growing and controversial industry


1515 or 1510 members $15.00 per person if paid by Sunday Noon the week of the dinner
(Non-members $30.00, Student-members $5.00) 

Menu Choice includes entrée, beverage and dessert

Time:             5:30 pm 

REGISTER now to ensure your seat by visiting the ASQ Section 1515 website at:  http://asqpalmbeach.org/ and click on the Events Calendar.


ASQ 1510 Dinner Meeting: September 17, 2019

Venue: Tropical Acres Restaurant, 2500 Griffin Road, Ft. Lauderdale, FL  33312

Registration/Networking begin at 5:30 pm

Dinner is at 6:30 pm

Presentation begins at 7:20 pm



Speaker: Peter Borsella, CEO, Big Orange Square; President, Winnow Management

Peter has discovered that his favorite aspect of his career is seeing organizations, products, and lives transformed. Opportunities for this transformation abound, all the way from the executive level struggling with understanding true agility, down to the delivery person struggling with the details of a new test procedure, and he loves working through it all. He has found few things that beat the satisfaction of being part of a creative problem-solving team, and his agile journey has been in progress now for almost 20 years doing just that.



Presentation Topic: Twice the Product in Half the Time: the Promise of Agility


Agility is no longer an alternative way of working, but has become the way organizations create and deliver value. Yet, there is still significant misunderstandings around what it means to be agile and how to go about practicing it. A 2018 Harvard Business Review article found that “around four-fifths of survey respondents say they’re using agile in some form,” but “less than a fifth of firms gave themselves the top rating in achieving…its full potential.”
Could it be that there is still a lack of understanding around this important topic? Join us for an opportunity to explore and validate core expectations of agility and the associated practices. You’ll hear practical explanations of these major areas of impact:

  • a brief history and definition of agility and the most common practices
  • how to maintain quality and manage risk in an agile environment
  • the most common misunderstandings about agility

Bring your tough agile problems and let’s discuss how to move forward!

Registration for 9/17 Dinner Meeting






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Presentation Materials from PREVIOUS EVENTS