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ASQ: Leadership from Ballroom to Boardroom and the shop floor

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Chance

#1
Does anybody know about the latest article publised by ASQ about Human Dimension of Quality that talks about Leadership: from Ballroom to Boardroom and the shop floor.
I was asked by my boss to read it and make comments about it. Anybody who had seen the article and want to share with me their comments about it. Please let me know. Thanks.
 

Jim Wynne

Super Moderator
#3
Does anybody know about the latest article publised by ASQ about Human Dimension of Quality that talks about Leadership: from Ballroom to Boardroom and the shop floor.
I was asked by my boss to read it and make comments about it. Anybody who had seen the article and want to share with me their comments about it. Please let me know. Thanks.
Does anybody have an idea about it? Please help. Thanks!
Please be patient. Someone will probably be along who can help. Was this a Quality Progress article? From a recent issue?
 
#4
Does anybody know about the latest article publised by ASQ about Human Dimension of Quality that talks about Leadership: from Ballroom to Boardroom and the shop floor.
I was asked by my boss to read it and make comments about it. Anybody who had seen the article and want to share with me their comments about it. Please let me know. Thanks.
Please be patient. Someone will probably be along who can help. Was this a Quality Progress article? From a recent issue?
Sorry - Public Forums are not instant messaging.
It took a bit of research to determine that some beknighted souls at ASQ have made access to documents on this topic restricted to ASQ members who are also dues paying members of the Human Development & Leadership Division - really shortsighted use of resources in my personal opinion.

(This, however, does not mean my opinion should take this thread further off track. If someone with access to these documents would give a synopsis for our use, we would all be grateful for the effort.)
 
#5
FWIW:
The specific statement on the ASQ website is
Thank you for your interest in the Human Development & Leadership Division.

This information is reserved for members of the Human Development & Leadership Division.
ASQ Forums and Divisions are an organized group of members who share a similar interest in a particular industry or topic. Our Forums and Divisions are led by members and offer focused conversation, networking opportunities and access to the most current thinking on a subject.
ASQ membership includes membership in one Forum or Division at no extra charge. Current members can add the Human Development & Leadership Division now for an additional fee.
We have 26 specialized Forums and Divisions available and new ones are added every year. Which one matches your interests?
 

Cari Spears

Super Moderator
Staff member
Super Moderator
#6
I was asked by my boss to read it and make comments about it. Anybody who had seen the article and want to share with me their comments about it.
Hi, Chance.:bigwave:

Your boss asked you to read it but didn't give it to you? How did he have access to it?
 
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DrM2u

#7
I suggest that you get a copy of the article from your boss since not many of us seem to have access to it. Sorry, no help on this one!

:topic:Go figure! ASQ looking to squeeze a buck everywhere they can. Maybe they should reduce some of the 'beknighted souls' (overhead) they have so information is free and membership dues are more affordable. Makes one woders who are the customers for ASQ.:confused:
 
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DrM2u

#8
Hi, Chance.:bigwave:

Your boss asked you to read it but didn't give it to you? How did he have access to it?
Maybe he heard about the article from one of his/her golf buddies and now is asking Chance to read it and give him/her a Reader's Digest version. Too busy managing and leading, I guess ... :sarcasm:
 

Jim Wynne

Super Moderator
#9
Sorry - Public Forums are not instant messaging.
It took a bit of research to determine that some beknighted souls at ASQ have made access to documents on this topic restricted to ASQ members who are also dues paying members of the Human Development & Leadership Division - really shortsighted use of resources in my personal opinion.

(This, however, does not mean my opinion should take this thread further off track. If someone with access to these documents would give a synopsis for our use, we would all be grateful for the effort.)
Benighted. Have you verified that the article in question is available behind that pay wall?
 
#10
Benighted. Have you verified that the article in question is available behind that pay wall?
Typos will slay us all in the end. Of course, the way some folk at ASQ on the paid staff act, you might suspect they were convinced they had been knighted and draped with high honors.;)

The exact title given by the OP is equal to one locked behind the pay booth.
 
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