June 2011

Presenter: Bill Trappen

Location: Temecula City Library

Click Here for Map and Address
Start Date: June 16th, 2011
Start Time: 6:00 pm
Price: $ 20.00 – 25.00

Title: Conventional Project Management versus Six Sigma


Member: $20.00, Nonmember: $25.00
Walk-in: $25.00 Cash/check only. Food availability not guaranteed.

Make payment for Current Event

Thank you for making a payment. Please remember to bring a copy of the receipt as
proof of payment to the event.


Conventional Project Management versus Six Sigma

Abstract :

The Archimedes mathematical model estimates the percentage of heart attacks that could be prevented simply by controlling insulin
resistance. Over 40% of all heart attacks could be prevented through early detection and management of insulin resistance. Come learn the
most effective health risk assessment and intervention strategies associated the most likely, and often untreated causes of
cardiovascular disease.
Practitioners of Project Management (PM) and Six Sigma work diligently to achieve on time and economical completion of their projects without compromising quality. During this presentation, major PM practices (Initiation, Planning, Execution, Monitor and Control, and Closure) will be contrasted with the major Quality practices of DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control).

This presentation will provide an overview of the relationship between the tools of PMBOK and the tools of Six Sigma and explains how this knowledge can be advantageous to project managers and/or Black Belts.

Speaker Bio:

William H. (Bill) Trappen has experience as both a project manager and a quality manager. He holds several ASQ certifications and is a recipient of the Simon Collier Award and the Ralph Evans Award. Bill has been an active member in ASQ by holding several leadership positions and is currently serving as Deputy Regional Director for Region 7.