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ASQ: Minnesota Section 1203 Virtual Program Meeting: “Creating a Quality Vision” by Charles Allen Liedtke, Ph.D
February 8 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm$10
Please join us for a virtual program meeting!
Date and Time
6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
About the Presentation
An effective organizational vision can direct, guide, and inspire the members of an organization as they attempt to improve organizational performance from a strategic perspective. A vision is defined here as a conception of the desired distant future state of the organization. A vision is often created through a visioning process. Visioning is defined here as the carrying out of intentional organizational activities for creating and communicating an organizational vision. These visioning practices can be applied specifically to the Quality Management function in an organization. Many leaders of organizations aspire to create products and services of enduring superior quality. How can this strategic intent on quality be formalized and communicated? This presentation will review the latest research on visions and visioning and then extend the findings to the special case of creating a Quality Vision.
Charles Allen Liedtke, Ph.D. is the Founder and President of Strategic Improvement Systems, LLC, which is a management consulting company that helps senior executives improve organizational performance from a strategic perspective. Charles conducts research, consults, and conducts training on Visioning, Strategy, Culture, Quality, Analytics, Improvement, and Innovation. He has worked with organizations worldwide on strategic improvement initiatives including Fortune 500 companies, privately-held companies, health care organizations, not-for-profit organizations, and government entities. His most recent research was on Quality, Analytics, and Big Data; Big Data in Hoshin Kanri; Information-Based Customer Value Creation; Advances in Strategic Planning; Shaping Organizational Culture; and Visioning & Visionin