ASQ India collaborated as “Knowledge Partners” with Quality Council of India for their 10th National Quality Conclave held on 7th & 8th of August, 2015. The theme of the conclave was “Creating an Ecosystem for world class quality in India” which discussed the challenges and successful strategies for an effective ecosystem essential to achieve the stringent Quality targets that India needs.
This years National Quality Conclave was bigger and better than previous years with many luminaries of quality from around the world having shown interest to be a part of the growth story in India. Several national and international experts were invited to discuss the latest development and trends on Quality. The Conclave was a platform to learn how India can build an Ecosystem of Quality in every sphere of life. It was a forum to understand how organisations are implementing quality strategies for improving performance and an opportunity to interact with some of the best International Experts who drive the quality movement in the world. This 2 day event was a jam-packed session with interesting discussions on
- Quality in Small & medium Enterprises
- Quality and its relevance in Education & skills
- Quality in Healthcare
- Quality in Indian traditional medicine, yoga & Ayurveda
- It was attended by 1000+ quality professionals from around the nation and abroad.
As a pre-conclave session ASQ India organized a workshop on Performance Excellence on Healthcare and Education. The workshop focused on organisational tools, techniques and methodology adopted by world class institutions for performance improvement. It was a platform to comprehend the use of a performance tool- known as Baldrige Builder. ASQ is the administrator of Baldrige Performance Excellence Program in USA and ASQ India has been supporting many organisations to adopt such practices viz. Tata Infosys, Aditya Birla, Max India to name a few. A 2 hour interactive session was conducted on Aug 6, 2015 at Indian Habitat Centre. Amassing on the success of the workshop a newsletter was also circulated at the conclave to highlight our initiative of investing in the culture of quality.