Announcing the Wayne J. Paupst Memorial Award
Wayne Paupst served as Chair of the Lean Enterprise Division from 2008 to 2009 and died at the age of 53 on August 8, 2010. Later that year this award was established in his memory to encourage the publication of significant, innovative ideas impacting the application of Lean practice, theory and future research.
Submission Guidelines and Award:
Your ASQ Lean Enterprise Division is seeking submissions for its E-Zine publication from any one who is interested. The author of any submission to any LED publication within the last 12 months up to the end of September 2019 will be eligible to win free registration to the 2020 ASQ Lean & Six Sigma Conference in Phoenix, AZ on February 24-25, 2020. Read more ...
Looking for new "Tools, Tips and Techniques" for eZine "T3" Column
Attention Lean Experts: Did you know that authoring looks great on a resume and is part of your path to achieving ASQ Fellow status? Did you know that our eZine reaches almost 6,000 members?
ASQ LED is looking for authors for its T3 column in our eZine, Perspective. This column is dedicated to the practical application of Lean tools and any tips or techniques in applying them. Articles can be anywhere from 600-1400 words in length. If you’ve thought about authoring and would like to create something of value for our members by sharing your story, please contact Chris Hayes, Publications Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stay up to date with the LED E-Zine
The Lean Enterprise Division's E-Zine is an amazing collection of articles, stories, and bytes that is sure to benefit every Lean practitioner - from beginner to advanced levels. Thanks to Lance Coleman and Javed Cheema for producing a stellar publication.
LEAN SIX SIGMA CONFERENCE
July 10 Lean Webinar - "Rapid Improvement Cycles and Deming's System of Profound Knowledge" w/Eric Budd
Wednesday, July 10 - 1:30 EST
Join us to explore the map and territory of creating a new course on Causing Improvement Through Others. We will share documented lessons developed from our work in creating a Minimal Viable Product (MVP) for the workshop on coaching the coach of an improvement team leader. We will touch on:
Lean vs. Six Sigma - Chris Hayes
Quality for Life: Lean is Everywhere - Frank Murdock
Lean Risk Management - Lance Coleman
Is Lean (and Six Sigma) the way to go - David Behling
What is Lean? - Eric Hayler
Free Recorded YouTube Webinars are available to our Division Members and guests under the ASQ News section above (LED YouTube) or under our Webinars tab at the top.
Add Valuable Published Author Credits to your Resume
Add Valuable Published Author Credits to your Resume Have a great article idea? Know of an interesting case study? Want to add valuable published author credits to your resume? Our sister publication Six Sigma Forum Magazine (SSFM) with a circulation of 10k+ is looking for articles and case studies on six sigma related topics. To submit an article, case study or abstract or for more information contact Jim Bossert, SSFM Editor at email@example.com
For guidelines on how to become published in our own Lean Enterprise Newsletters contact: firstname.lastname@example.org