EHSQ Alliance Conference Speaker Spotlight: Nicole Radziwill

On April 18, 2018, INTELEX will kick off the 2018 EHSQ Alliance Conference.  The conference will provide EHSQ professionals with an opportunity to network, collaborate and discuss how innovation in their respective industries and organizations can help them accelerate their transformation towards improved business performance.  The conference includes the EHSQ Alliance Executive Summit, where executives from various industries will have the opportunity to listen to a keynote delivered by Professor Adam Grant from the Wharton School of Business.

On April 20 from 11:00 am – 12:00 pm EST, Professor Nicole M. Radziwill from James Madison University will present a session for the Quality stream of industry sessions called “Quality 4.0: How Smart, Connected Technologies Can Amplify Business Value”.  Nicole is an esteemed Quality professional.  She is a recognized ASQ fellow, one of ASQ’s Influential Voices, and has served as the past Chair for the ASQ Software Division.  We recently met with Nicole to learn more about who she is, her background in Quality, and what attendees of her session can expect to learn in Austin, Texas.  Check out the interview below to learn more.

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About Peter-Elias Alouche

Peter has primarily worked in the manufacturing and energy sectors with past experience in industrial inkjet systems, injection molding systems, electrical distribution, electrical transmission, and power generation, and database development. Over the last 14 years, he has learned about product design, inventory management, Quality Management, New Product Development, database development, and Project Management. During the summer months, you'll probably find Peter playing beach volleyball, at a golf course, or relaxing in a hammock. In the winter, he enjoys playing ice hockey, skating, skiing, ping pong, pool, and watching the Leafs. Always trying to learn new things by staying current with what's happening in business and technology by reading Popular Science, Harvard Business Review, Futurism, Tech Crunch, and Wired.

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