The 6th Canadian Quality Congress
Theme: Quality Improvement as Key to Business Excellence
Special Sessions on Healthcare Quality and Innovation
The conference focuses on the latest thinking in the areas of quality improvement strategies and innovations, knowledge building, team work, success examples, case studies, lean management, Kaizen, six sigma, as applicable to healthcare indutries including stories from the manufacturing, government and educational institutions, and more.
World-class Keynote speakers: Confirmed names include: Sister Mary Jean Ryan, Chair of the Board, SSM Healthcare, St. Louis, MO, USA; Susan Muenter, Director of Human Resources, Peewaukee School District, Milwukee, WI; winner of the Malcom Baldrige Quality Award in Education; Cliff Norman, a best selling author and consultant in leadership; Dr. Mikel Harry, Cocreator of Six Sigma and Art Daniels, Former Canadian civil servant and a leader in public sector reform.
CEO Discussion panels on quality in healthcare and quality & the general economy.
Best Paper Award Presentation, selected papers will also be published in journals.
Wecome Reception, gala dinner, entertainments, award ceremony, international networking, exhibit booths, sight-seeing tours and much more.
Cancellation requests received in writing before September 8, 2014 will incur a $100 processing fee. There will be no refunds after September 8, 2014. Substitutions are allowed at any time.
Should a guest wishes to attend technical sessions, they must register as delegate, not as a guest.
For Further Information
Visit www.CanadianQualityCongress.com or contact us by email at: CSQ@shaw.ca; by Phone (Toll-Free) at: 1-888-286-4473 (US and Canada)
When & Where
Canadian Society for Quality (CSQ)
Based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, the Canadian Society for Quality Inc is Canada's newly-established, non-profit, membership-based organization that promotes quality improvement and business excellence principles, country-wide, and around the world, in all kinds of public, private and voluntary organizations. It's goal is to build a competitive infrastructure based on knowledge ecology and a culture of social responsiveness in communities for the betterment of human lives.
September 29-30, 2014; Winnipeg, MB