August 16th, 2013

The Visual Systems of Work

Wednesday, August 21, 2013
at 6:30 PM

“The Visual Systems of Work”
By Phil Laure

This presentation will be about a system thinking approach to running a business.  Interconnectedness means looking at the organization as a whole, It starts with the basic belief that every function within an organization is connected to everything else. By thinking in terms of systems, businesses get a better picture of the relationships between its parts, rather than just seeing the parts themselves.


Mr. Laure has over twenty five years of strong and comprehensive experience as an Industrial Engineer, Lean Manager and Quality Manager in a variety of manufacturing businesses ranging from high-speed commercial to aerospace manufacturing. He continually uses his background in process improvement and team building skills to facilitate office and production floor process improvement teams. Within this capability, Mr. Laure has successfully led over fifty Kaizen process improvement team events, thirty of those being conducted within various Tier 2 and Tier 3 suppliers to the Automotive industry.

Mr. Laure has been an instructor of Manufacturing Principles for Mt. San Jacinto Junior College and is currently teaching Lean Principles at the University of California Extension in Riverside. He holds numerous Quality Credentials including being a Certified Six Sigma Black Belt, a Certified Manager of Quality / Operational Excellence and a Certified Quality Auditor through the American Society for Quality (ASQ). He is an active participant with the Inland Empire Section of ASQ, is a past Chair of this section.

Please join us! 

HomeTown Buffet
Corona Hills Plaza
Corona, CA 92879

We are meeting at the:

HomeTown Buffet


6:30 PM:
Arrive & Have Dinner

7:00 PM:
Business & Program

When you arrive announce that you are with ASQ.

Dinner: $12.50 / pp

Reservations are not required & Spouses, Significant Persons and Guests are always welcome!