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Thank you to all who participated in our 2011 Best Practices

2011 featured variety in both organizations and presentation topics, demonstrating that every size and type of organization has best practices worthy of sharing. People who attended found that everyone can gain insight from what another organization is doing – even if that organization is very different from your own. 

For example BAE Systems shared how they strive to engage an employee’s hands, head, and heart to support revolutionary innovation and improvements. New Hampshire Ball Bearings demonstrated how putting people first supports both quality and cost efficiency. Dancing Lion Chocolate and the Grappone Collision Center showed how the principles of performance excellence apply to every organization – even a micro business and a body shop. And, Boynton Middle School showed us that creating a culture of student excellence can go hand-in-hand with, and even contribute to fiscal responsibility.

We thank all of our presenters who provided wonderfully informative presentations and were willing to share with others.   We also thank everyone who made time in their busy schedules to join us and hear this outstanding information. We look forward to hearing about more best practices in 2012!
 
If you have a Best Practice that you would like to share contact GSQC Executive Director Anne Warner