Using Quality Tools to Improve Sustainability at the 2015 AIAG Corporate Responsibility Summit

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Using Quality Tools to Improve Sustainability at the 2015 AIAG Corporate Responsibility Summit

Session Highlight: Quality Tools For Improving Your Company Image
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Tuesday, March 24, 2015 - 2:00pm

When businesses possess clarity on social responsibility, they can more efficiently translate company principles into effective actions. With the right tools, they can do it with confidence. Holly Duckworth, Ph.D., VP of Continuous Improvement at Kaiser Aluminum, leads the hands-on session “Using Quality Tools to Improve Sustainability: SR-FMEA” in which participants develop their ability to assess and address social responsibility issues within their company, organization, department and home. Duckworth applies classic Failure Mode Effects and Analysis to the seven core subjects of social responsibility, as well as educating sustainability professionals on the use of ISO 26000 and GRI.

Stay ahead of the CR curve at the AIAG Corporate Responsibility Summit, a unique opportunity to discover new insights and industry best practices, engage with forward-thinking leaders in the field, and bring cost-saving instruction back to your organization.

Take part in shaping tomorrow’s standards for corporate responsibility, environmental sustainability, global purchasing and supply chain management alongside your industry peers.


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April 29-30, 2015

Registration opens: 8:00 AM

Program begins: 9:00 AM



Suburban Collection Showplace

46100 Grand River Avenue

Novi, MI 48374



Early Registration


February 14, 2015


Regular Registration


April 15, 2015

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