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  • 1. Presentation to Six Sigma 2007 Conference Strategic Insights from Research and Practice in Lean Six Sigma 22 nd August, 2007 Mario Pennisi (FAOQ, FIMF, SM ASQ) Chairman Australian Organisation for Quality-Queensland Inc [email_address] AOQ-QLD Lean Six Sigma Champion
  • 2.
    • AOQ
    • AOQ Membership
    • Why AOQ?
    • What Does AOQ DO?
    • Partnering
    • Regional Groups
    • Divisions
    • Gold Award/Qualcon
    • Peak Industry Advisory Council
    • Quality Auditor Register
    • 2007 Initiatives
    What will I cover ?
  • 3. What is AOQ?
    • A Confederation of Associations based on States with Regional Centres overseen by a National Council
    • Not for Profit
    • Personal and Corporate memberships
  • 4. Membership
    • Individual
    • Corporate
    • Professional
    • Honorary
    • National Corporate
  • 5. Why Does AOQ Exist?
    • AOQ exists to service its members’ needs.
      • Networking opportunities
      • Training/Forums/Conferences
      • Affordable consulting
      • Affordable auditing services
    • A lobbying force with Government for QUALITY.
      • “ How many votes?
  • 6. Some of Our Consultancies!
    • Brisbane City Council
    • Cell Consultancy, Mackay
    • Charles Porter & Sons Pty Ltd, Mackay
    • Clean Air Australia Pty Ltd
    • Griffith University
    • Howell Facilities
    • Kedron Wavell Services Club
    • Maunsell Australia
    • Qld Department of Housing
    • Qld Department of Education and the Arts
    • Qld Department of Health
    • Rowen Meyer Associates
    • Sunshine Orthopaedic Services
  • 7. What Are AOQ’s Strengths?
    • A valuable Official Journal
    • The Gold Award for Business Excellence – National Sponsor JAS-ANZ .
    • AOQ-QLD’s Patrons
    • Hon Mike Ahern-former Premier and former Minister State Development
  • 8. What Are AOQ’s Strengths?
    • Qualcon and Divisional Conferences
    • Personal Awards – Queensland
    • M J Ahern- Outstanding contribution to quality in Queensland
    • Representation on 8 Standards Quality Committees
  • 9. What Are AOQ’s Strengths?
    • AOQ’s have very energetic and innovative management Council.
    • AOQ’s have access to wide range of people in the quality and middle to senior management positions.
  • 10. What Are AOQ’s Strengths?
    • AOQ’s provide up-to-date training in management issues as well as quality topics.
    • AOQ’s have a network of consultants and auditors.
    • AOQ-QLD is third party certified organisation – We Walk the Talk
  • 11. What Are AOQ’s Weaknesses?
    • AOQ’s operate on voluntary labour.
    • Most AOQ’s training programmes only consider quality issues.
    • Quality as a profession has virtually died out-quality is now everyone’s business.
  • 12. Partnering - Why?
    • Advantages include:
    • Reduces programme development and maintenance.
    • Reduces the number of players in a crowded marketplace.
    • Partners combine the small number of registrants so that fuller classes are generated and
    • The process becomes more economical.
  • 13. Partnering?
    • What Could be Covered by the Agreement (s)?
    • Training?
    • Consulting?
    • Auditing?
    • Gold Award?
  • 14. Partnering - Universities
    • The University of Queensland
    • Griffith University
    • Monash University
    • QUT
    • University of Western Sydney
    • RMIT
    • Melbourne University
  • 15. Other Partnering?
    • Standards Australia
    • JAS-ANZ
    • Certifying Bodies-Gold Award
    • International Quality Associations NZOQ ASQ
  • 16. Regional Groups Grouping of Members by Geographical Locations within a State
  • 17. Regional Groups
    • In Queensland
    • Cairns
    • Townsville
    • Mackay
    • Rockhampton
    • Gladstone
    • Sunshine Coast
    • Toowoomba
    • Gold Coast
  • 18. Gold Award What? Why? To recognise and encourage organisations, which through the implementation of Company-wide Management System are leading examples of best practice and are realising the benefits through organisational success.
  • 19. Qualcon-What, Where, Who?
    • Annual Conference
    • 14-17 October, 2007
    • Melbourne
    • Theme: The Quality of Management
  • 20. Qualcon-Streams
    • Management Skills
    • Aerospace
    • Health Care
    • Risk Management
    • OH&S
  • 21. Peak Industry Advisory Council The Peak Industry Advisory Council will provide timely advice to the member elected Board of the Australian Organisation for Quality-Queensland Inc on a wide range issues
  • 22.
    • Advise on
    • Vision for AOQ
    • Gold Award for Business Excellence – eligibility, assessment
    • Divisions
    • Customer Service and Industry Feedback
    • Industry needs and Membership.
    Peak Industry Advisory Council
  • 23.
    • Theme for the following AOQ year
    • Training and education needs for industry
    • Sponsorships
    • Speakers
    • Input to Industry Standards
    • Personal Awards
    Peak Industry Advisory Council
  • 24. PIAC - Membership
      • Food – Barbara Wilson
      • Accreditation and Certifying Bodies
        • Tony Craven
        • Alex Ezrakhovics
        • Bruce Smith
      • Standards:
        • Colin Blair
      • Academia:
        • Tim Brailsford
        • Peter Little
        • Ken Bennett
      • Auditing – Ken Cameron
      • Chair – Patron – Hon Mike Ahern
      • D-Chair - AOQ-QLD Chair Mario Pennisi
      • Secretary – AOQ-QLD Secretary Patrick Killoran
      • Government :
        • Jim Varghese
        • Mark Bermingham
      • Business :
        • John Puttick
        • Michael Whipps
        • George Hatzis
  • 25. Auditor Register
    • Based on three criteria
    • Knowledge of auditing
    • Knowledge of business principles
    • Knowledge of the relevant standard
  • 26. 2007 Initiatives
    • Appointed a Professional Event Organiser
    • Appointed a Marketing Consultant
    • Initiated Breakfast meetings
    • Trialling two Member meetings each month.
    • Scheduled two conferences
      • Six Sigma 2007-Melbourne 22 nd August, 2007
      • Aged Care 2008-Brisbane 8 th March, 2008
    • Re-developed Regional groups
    • Appointing 2 external directors/councillors to Board
  • 27. Divisions
    • Grouping of individual members by a common interest
    • Cut across Regional Groupings and State Boundaries
  • 28. Divisions-Networking Options
    • To be decided by Division Members
    • Some Possibilities:
    • Networking Meetings?
    • Forums/Seminars/Conference
    • Training
    • E-Bulletin Boards/Blogs?
    • Email Newsletters?
  • 29. Divisions
    • Aerospace – QLD
    • Six Sigma – QLD
    • Aged Care - QLD
    • Regulated Research & Development and Manufacturing Division – QLD
    • Young Entrepreneurs - QLD
    • Local Government – QLD
    • Universities – QLD
    • Integrated Management Systems – TA
    • Pathology-NSW & VIC
    • IT - SA
  • 30. Six Sigma Division-Objectives Some possible objectives of the Division are: a To promote and contribute to the science and practice of quality management and business improvement through the processes of Six Sigma and Lean in any of their forms in the; b To recognise and to advance the status of the natural persons engaged in the Six Sigma industry; c To disseminate knowledge of the science and practice of quality management and business improvement in the Six Sigma industry; d To initiate, conduct, supervise, and assist in research and investigations into the science and practice of quality management and business improvement in the Six Sigma industry
  • 31. Elite Awards Program To demonstrate to the business community the real results and excellence which organisations achieve through the successful implementation of Six Sigma. The Six Sigma Awards would be given to the most outstanding organisational achievements through the application of Six Sigma methodologies. The Six Sigma Awards would be judged by an independent panel of esteemed Six Sigma experts and practitioners.
  • 32. Elite Awards Program
    • Some possible categories are:
      • Six Sigma CEO of the Year Award
      • Six Sigma Vice President of the Year Award
      • Best Achievement of Innovation Through Six Sigma
      • Best Achievement of Design for Six Sigma
      • Best Achievement of Integrating Lean and Six Sigma
      • Best Achievement of Six Sigma in
        • Financial Services
        • Healthcare
        • Manufacturing
        • Service & Transactional Environments 
      • Platinum Award for Most Outstanding Organizational Achievement Through Six Sigma
      • Best Use of Six Sigma by a Small Organization
  • 33.
    • Networking?
    • Forums?
    • Conferences?
    • Setting Standards?
    • Elite Awards?
    How Can Division Help You?
  • 34.
    • Committee
    • Suggestions
    • Involvement
    How Can You Help?
  • 35.
    • National Council of AOQ
    • AOQ Membership
    • Why AOQ?
    • What Does AOQ DO?
    • Partnering
    • Regional Groups
    • Divisions
    • Gold Award/Qualcon
    • Peak Industry Advisory Council
    • Quality Auditor Register
    • 2007 Initiatives
    What Did I Cover ?
  • 36. Thank you for your attention! Contact Information: [email_address] or [email_address]