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Presentation Files for Download

Here you will file files provided by our speakers after their events. You may download this information for your own study. If you intend to use the material, you should contact the author for permission first.

Tim Staton, March 2015, The Secret to Great BBQ

Here is Tim's pdf presentation.

Dennis Arter, November 2014, Quality, Controls, and Risk

Here is Dennis' pdf presentation.

Toni Austin, March 5, 2013, Social responsibility, technology and innovation

Here is Toni's pdf presentation.

Laura Kinney, February 5, 2013, Using the Baldrige Criteria to Create Better Communities

Here is Laura's pdf presentation. Careful! It's a 3.8 MB file.

Todd C. Williams, February 8, 2011, People or Process: Which Has the Greater Effect on Project Success?

Here is Todd William's presentation.

Steve Prevette, February 3, 2009, Dr. Deming's Red Bead Experiment

Here is the powerpoint ppt from Steve Prevette's presentation.

Dennis Arter, January 6, 2009, Integrated Internal Auditing

Here is a short paper (80K) and the color slides (820K) from Dennis Arter's presentation. Both are pdf files.

Joe Estey, September 16, 2008, Change Management and the Control Imperative

Here is a pdf file of the PowerPoint presentation. The file is 1 MB.

Lois Quinn, March 11, 2008, Lean Management 101

Here is a pdf file of the PowerPoint presentation. Careful! Although it is not as large as the 10 MB original, it is still large at 3 MB.

John Cornelison, January 8, 2008, Integration of Quality Into Accident Investigation Processes

Here is a copy of the PowerPoint slides, with most of the pictures removed to make for a smaller download file (400K).

Dennis Arter, June 5, 2007, Process-based Auditing

Here is a short paper (87K), PowerPoint notes (302K), and the turtle diagram (3K) from Dennis Arter's presentation.

Kevin McManus, January 4, 2007, 25 Years of Quality

Here is a pdf file of the PowerPoint presentation. Careful! Although it is not as large as the 18 MB original, it is still large at 1 MB.