Melbourne Café Quality – Learn, Share and Network: The 3 needs of a Quality Professional
|Date||Thursday 22nd October|
|Venue||Online Zoom Meeting|
|Cost||Members - Free
Non-members - Free
During this period of lockdown, Resilience will take you above and beyond but How to develop it? Leon Zhang will share his learning along with an evening of networking, reflection and thoughts sharing.
Event will be a good opportunity to connect for the Melbourne members which are free to bring their own drink while we share, learn, and reflect. There will be networking and activity to follow.
Presenter: Leon Zhang
Manpreet Singh email@example.com 04525575010
Leon Zhang firstname.lastname@example.org , 0434 582 772
Bookings close COB Tue October 20th
A day to reminisce about the past, celebrate the present and envision what our future looks like!
We had short 3 min quality snippets by some interesting presenters, followed by some interactive fun and an “around the room in 30 minutes” journey to imagine the next 100-year evolution of quality.
We shared our loves and bugs about the challenges and opportunities on our horizons and set the scene for better collaboration and knowledge sharing across our organisation.
Southern Cross Ceramics are an Australian-owned company. They design and manufacture an extensive range of tiles which are sold through all major tile retailers. Southern Cross Ceramics have received Australia-wide acclaim after being used in several renovation TV programs.
For Southern Cross Ceramics, Quality is paramount. They decorate tiles. They produce an architectural product, for which aesthetics, consistency and market responsiveness are critical. So Quality involves a lot: supplier management, manufacturing control, product aesthetics, culture, and more. In fact, the whole “think like a customer” theme in practice.
This visit that was both informative and intriguing, and definitely opened up new perspectives on Quality. Thanks to Don Stanley for making it happen.
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