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  • Early Bird (Till August 31)
  • Regular (Till October 31)
  • At The Door (Till November 2)
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  • $ 75
  • $ 100
  • $ 125
  • Non ASQ Members
  • $ 100
  • $ 125
  • $ 150
  • Students, Unemployed
  • $ 50
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Morning

Global Supplier Quality
(B01)
Mark Lindsey
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM

(Mountain Vista I)

Risk Management and Fault Tree Analysis
(D01)
Barrett Craner
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM

(Mountain Vista II)
Break
(Lunch Not Included in Pricing)
Afternoon

Developing Tolerance Limits
(D02)
C.G. Mistry & Lawrence Bartkus
1:00 PM to 5:00 PM

(Mountain Vista II)
  • Ticket Type
  • Super Early Bird (Till June 30)
  • Early Bird (Till August 31)
  • Regular (Till October 31)
  • At The Door (Till November 3)
  • ASQ Members
  • $ 75
  • $ 100
  • $ 115
  • $ 125
  • Non ASQ Members
  • $ 100
  • $ 125
  • $ 140
  • $ 150
  • Students, Unemployed
  • $ 50
  • $ 60
  • $ 70
  • $ 75

Opening Comments (A01)

Vinay Goyal
08:00 AM – 08:15 AM
(Auditorium)

Morning Keynote

Connecting Globalization and Innovation through Education for the future of Quality/Business Success (A02)

Dr. Gurpreet Singh

Program Director

Gurpreet Singh (ASQ MBB, CPSM, CPSD, C.P.M.) is an international award-winning thought leader, consultant, entrepreneur, coach, educator, and founder of SSC Square. He serves as a subject matter expert on various functions within Supply Chain Management, Lean Six Sigma and Operational Excellence. He has served as an Adjunct Professor at Rutgers Business School since 2011, and has been teaching various MBA, MS, and executive MBA courses in the field of Supply Chain Management and Lean Six Sigma. He is a ASQ Certified Master Black Belt designated by American Society for Quality (ASQ). He is also a designated Certified Purchasing Manger (C.P.M.), Certified Professional in Supply Management (CPSM), and a Certified Professional in Supplier Diversity (CPSD) having achieved all of these designations from Institute for supply Management (ISM).
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08:15 AM – 09:15 AM

(Auditorium)
Break (A03)

GLOBALIZATION (B01)
Make change Innovative and Inspiring, Not Painful
Russ Keenan
09:25 AM – 10:25 AM

(Mountain Vista II)

INNOVATION (C01)
Quality Standards – Marijuana & Cannabinoids
Roger Clemens
09:25 AM – 10:25 AM

(Mountain Vista I)

Future of Quality (D01)
Knowledge Management – Relevant to Project Management and Quality
Navin Dedhia
09:25 AM – 10:25 AM

(Valley Vista)

Data Management (E01)
Big Data – An Introduction to Data Mining & Analysis
Lawrence Bartkus
09:25 AM – 10:25 AM

(Campus Vista)
Break (A04)

GLOBALIZATION (B02)
The Future of Quality and How We Learn
Dr. Joe DeSimone
10:35 AM – 11:35 AM

(Mountain Vista II)

Future of Quality (D02)
Fundamentals of Hazard Identification and Hazard Analysis
Barrett Craner
10:35 AM – 11:35 AM

(Valley Vista)

Data Management (E02)
Cyber Security Threats for Manufacturing
Bob Mehta
10:35 AM – 11:35 AM

(Campus Vista)
Break (A05)
Lunch Included In Pricing

Afternoon Keynote

Globalization, Innovation and the Future of Quality (A06)

Dr. Milton Krivokuca

Independent Education Management Professional

After more than 25 years of manufacturing industry experience, Dr. Krivokuca redirected his career to higher education. He has instructed master’s classes related to critical thinking in the application of Quality theories and was the Master of Science Quality Assurance Program Coordinator at California State University Dominguez Hills. He has also instructed Quality classes at California State University Fullerton, Illinois State University, Meta Business School, University of California Riverside, INSEEC University Paris, and University of Redlands. Additionally, he has advised and provided guidance in developing their research theses to more than 400 master’s degree seeking students.
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12:20 PM – 01:20 PM

(Auditorium)
Break (A07)

INNOVATION (C03)
Introduction to ISO 45001 – Occupational Health and Safety
Manuel MarcoIsmael Belmarez
01:30 PM – 02:30 PM

(Mountain Vista I)

Future of Quality (D03)
Preparing for the future: Are you ready for the EU MDR?
Melonie Warfel
01:30 PM – 02:30 PM

(Valley Vista)

Data Management (E03)
Beyond DoE 101: Optimizing Your Experimental Design Efforts
Karen Meldrum
01:30 PM – 02:30 PM

(Campus Vista)
Break (A08)

GLOBALIZATION (B04)
Cybersecurity Fundamentals
Aubry Buenger
02:40 PM – 03:40 PM

(Mountain Vista II)

INNOVATION (C04)
Integrating Shingo Model with ISO 9001:2015 to achieve Operational Excellence
Vern Goodwalt
02:40 PM – 03:40 PM

(Mountain Vista I)

Future of Quality (D04)
Enticing Millenials
Pierre Servan
02:40 PM – 03:40 PM

(Valley Vista)

Data Management (E04)
Risk Management
Mark Lindsey
02:40 PM – 03:40 PM

(Campus Vista)
Break (A09)

Evening Keynote

Quality Communication is Captivating (A10)

Chanti Niven

Founder and CEO

Chanti Niven is a leading Public Speaking and Communication Skills Coach and is the creator and founder of The Captivating Speakers Program. She is a successful entrepreneur who has run several multi-million dollar companies (since 1992) and is an award-winning public speaking champion and professional keynote speaker. She often quips, “My father used to pay me to shut up but now I get paid to speak!” Chanti counts professional speakers and celebrities among her clients. Her students range from politicians to entertainers, executives, and educators. Chanti holds a Masters in English & Communications and is a Dale Carnegie accredited trainer and is a Distinguished Toastmaster with Toastmasters. Her focus is on helping her students find their core message and become captivating speakers.
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03:50 PM – 04:50 PM

(Auditorium)

Closing Comments (A11)

Ronald Lombrano
04:50 PM – 05:00 PM
(Auditorium)

ASQ member discount applies to the section members of ASQ Los Angeles (0700), ASQ Orange Empire (0701), ASQ San Gabriel Valley (0702), and ASQ San Fernando Valley (0706).