Networking “Orlando” Style

Networking, by definition, is a supportive system of sharing information among individuals or groups having a common interest. Next week, IQPC is hosting one of the biggest networking opportunities of the year. It’s the 2008 Lean Six Sigma & Process Improvement Summit. This year hundreds of process improvement professionals will converge in sunny Florida to make new contacts, share experiences and celebrate some of the best improvement projects in the industry. I’ve attended the summit every year for the past five years and have always come away with new ideas, innovative approaches and a fist full of business cards from people all over the world. Hearing and seeing others succeed is inspiring and energizing.

So, if you are in the neighborhood, drop by the summit. It’s a great way to keep up with what is going on in the world of process improvement and even a better way to get involved in shaping process improvement for the future. Hope to see you there!

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  1. Lee Ronald


    This was my first IQPC Lean Sigma Summit. It was wonderful. I appreciated all the keynote speakers (especially Jack) and gained some great insight into the challenges experienced and tactics being used in many industries. Appreciated you chairing the conference as well as your own presentation.

    A tremendous networking experience!


  2. linda-cadigan

    Hi Gianna,

    It was fabulous meeting you face to face at the recent conference and of course, congratulations on your recent win!

    I find networking as natural as breathing. Humans are by nature — communal creatures. While we like to think that we’ve evolved past the cave, the truth is we are only as strong as our social networks.

    Congrats again to my new friend, I look forward to reading more of your blog.


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