Jon Morris of JDQ Systems will be presenting details of the 2012 Community Good Works project with the Vancouver Native Housing Society (VNHS).
This joint JDQ/ASQ project is focused on the launch of their new Urban Aboriginal Art Gallery in downtown Vancouver (http://www.urbanaboriginal.org).
1. Assessment and selection of a Point of Sale software application, and
2. Gallery traffic data collection and measurement.
This project was initiated as a result of ASQ’s sponsorship of the 4th annual Social Enterprise Dragons event (www.socialenterprisedragons.ca).
The evening will begin with a Quality Clinic (presenter to be determined – if you are interested in presenting please contact firstname.lastname@example.org).
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**Food Drive: We will be collecting donations for the Food Bank. Each individual who brings a donation will receive one raffle ticket for a special prize.
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About the speaker:
Jon Morris is an accomplished quality practitioner with 20 years of experience in the application of quality methodologies to effect business planning and improvement. Jon has an MBA from the Ivey School of Business and is an ASQ Certified Quality Engineer and Certified Six Sigma Black Belt.
Jon’s experience extends from the implementation of formal quality systems for ISO 9000 registration, through the implementation of Lean Six Sigma methods, to software application design to support continual improvement efforts.
As a principal of JDQ, Jon continues to consult on strategic improvement initiatives while providing leadership to the JDQ team based on quality principles.
Since 2010, Jon has been a “Dragon” for the popular Social Enterprise Dragons event, held annually in Vancouver.