Our mission is to foster personal and professional relationships, connections and sense of belonging and to equip our community with the skills, competencies and knowledge that create Excellence Through Quality.
|Chair: Harry Spinks||Chair-elect: Helen Swanson|
|Past Chair: John Flipse||Director: Wayne Ellison|
|Director: Theo Black||Director: Jim Nelson|
|PR/Marketing: Laura Esanbock||Membership: Carl McBurney|
|Secretary: Judy Castriotta||Treasurer: Mark Swanson|
|Conference: Michelle Jirak||Technology: Atef Azer|
|Outreach: OPEN||Southern Outreach: Jodi Miller|
|Social Media: Megan Stegge||VOC: Karen Maskell|
|Programs: Edward Andrews||Programs: Matt Elisiario|
|Education : Norman Witteborg||Biomedical Consortium: Karen Peifer|
|Scholarships: Meena Chettiar||Biomedical Consortium: Tim Peterson|
|Nominations: John Flipse||MFESTS Liaison: Theo Black|
Our monthly meetings have gone virtual during 2022. We will continue virtual meetings for the time being due to the pandemic.
MNASQ hosts a variety of workshops and certification prep classes throughout the year. Keep an eye on Upcoming Events.
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"SPC Considerations for an Efficient and Effective SPC System," by Tim Conway
Presented at the 10/12/2021 Minnesota Section 1203 Program Meeting.
Statistical Process Control (SPC) is a primary technique for monitoring, controlling and improving a process. This presentation will discuss considerations ...
Date Created: 10/18/2021 12:48 AM
“Process Automation - Preparing to Plan," by Jim Nelson
Presented at the 9/14/2021 Minnesota Section 1203 Program Meeting.
Gathering requirements is an obvious first step for determining process automation scope. Minimizing technical debt is not a typical risk accounted for and, ...
Date Created: 10/18/2021 12:42 AM
“Process Automation: Preparation and Planning," by Jim Nelson
Presented at the 5/11/2021 Minnesota Section 1203 Program Meeting.
This thought-provoking session digs into the history and complexity of process automation with a highlight on starting simple and collaborating with others. ...
Date Created: 10/18/2021 12:38 AM
"Strategy and Tools for Transformation Leaders," by Tony Belilovskiy
Presented at the 4/13/2021 Minnesota Section 1203 Program Meeting.
This inspiring, thought-leading session shows you how to make complex transformation easier and the pace faster. Highlighted practitioner results are bigger ...
Date Created: 05/04/2021 09:28 PM
Founded in 1948, ASQ Minnesota Section has grown to be one of the largest sections within the ASQ community. With nearly 1300 members, approximately 80% of our members live or work within the Greater Twin Cities area. We provide a wide variety of opportunities for individuals seeking to connect with like-minded professionals and increase their ability to make our world work better.
You can also find us on LinkedIn and Facebook.