ASQ Austin represents the Austin, Texas ASQ community. It was established in 1976 and boasts a membership of more than 400 quality professionals. The section is actively engaged in the community working with local organizations on various quality initiatives. It holds monthly meetings providing its membership the venue to network and build relationships. Each month, guest speakers are invited to present on topics that help in the professional development of the members. Every year the section also hosts plant tours of local businesses in an effort for its members to learn about various business practices.
Unfortunately, the ISO Workshop planned for Friday, April 26th did not meet the minimum number of participants and is being canceled. The Austin Section will continue to look for new opportunities to hold workshops. Please let us know of other topics of interest for possible future workshops. moreon 03/18/2019 10:42 PM
First, I wish all our members and their families a very Happy New Year!! I trust you all safely survived your holidays and emerged recharged for the coming year. As we close 2018 let’s review the ASQ Transformation activities and the impact on our section and its members. The transformation’s primary objectives are member growth and retention and ... moreon 01/09/2019 02:44 PM
General Meeting: May 2019 - Brewery Tour and Quality Discussion
The May general meeting was held at the Rentsch Brewery in Georgetown on Wednesday, May 8, 2019. ASQ members started the evening with a networking session while enjoying pizza, salad and the opportunity to try out the Rentsch ...
Date Created: 05/30/2019 03:19 PM
General Meeting: April 2019 - Software Security
Many recent major security breaches can be linked to a software vulnerability - either left unpatched or a zero day – that made the attacker's job easier. Yet, we do not put the developer at the center of our cybersecurity strategy. With ...
Date Created: 05/06/2019 11:44 AM
General Meeting: March 2019 - Supplier Quality Management
Effective Supplier Quality is so much more than PPAP, validation of your ASL and audits. By adding a Relationship Management Approach you can drive quality backward into the supply chain, solve problems proactively and drive ...
Date Created: 03/14/2019 12:38 PM
General Meeting: February 2019 - A Practitioner’s Overview to Data Mining Models and Methods
A Practitioner’s Overview to Data Mining Models and Methods
Over the past few years the proliferation of applied computational methods has grown considerably, likely due to the decreased cost of data storage, increase in computer ...
Date Created: 03/07/2019 12:09 PM