Innovation: Quality for Tomorrow

Ian Meggarrey
During 21 years in the Air Force, Ian Meggarrey’s innovative nature got him in trouble almost as often as it got him awards. Never content to “shut up and color,” Ian made a career of taking on the challenges and risks to make things better. Even since he traded his uniform for a suit, Ian continues to take risks in order to make improvements. He has helped develop innovative solutions for...read more



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Innovation is one of the hottest topics in business today. You hear it all the time. How many times a day do you hear or read that word in advertisements? How many companies have added the word to their mission statement, vision, or strategy? Do you really know what it means? Do you know why businesses are chasing after it (in word, if not in deed)? This webinar will fill you in on what Innovation really means, the Innovation Process (yes, there is a process to it!), and the different roles of innovators. We will also talk about how common quality tools can be used in the innovation process, where you can get more information, and how you can become involved.

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