Qualcon 2014 will be unlike any quality or business management conference you have attended.
AOQ prides itself in running the most informative and technically sound conference in Australia.
Qualcon 2014 is an exciting opportunity for Australasian organisations and individuals and our neighbours in the Asia Pacific region to meet and share best practices in quality, productivity and business excellence. It will bring large numbers of delegates to this State due to our continuing reputation of holding the best ‘Qualcon’ Conferences, with the last Adelaide Qualcon in attracting over 200 Australian and International delegates and speakers from a wide range of industries including Defence, community, education & services sectors, business excellence, software & IT professionals as well as manufacturing. We will maintain the South Australian reputation for excellence.
Although the program is still under development, it is planned to have industry based streams for Automotive, Defence, Education, Government (3 Tiers), Government support agencies (Enterprise Connect and SC 21), Health, Mining and Service industries presenting best practice research and contemporary case studies into sustainability, governance, risk, environment, Research, Information Technology, Training in addition to Manufacturing, traditionally associated with this type of event.
Qualcon 2014 Call for Papers
Australian Organisation for Quality Inc. (AOQ) is pleased to invite authors to submit their proposals for presentations to be presented at Qualcon 2014. Qualcon® is the premier Australian quality conference. The theme for the 2014 Conference is:
“Discovering Quality: The Portal to Sustained Success!?”
This theme is designed to encompass the following ideas:
- Discovering quality – The relevance of new and traditional quality tools for today’s society and economy
- Sustained success – The role of quality in enhancing performance excellence
- Portal – how technology is going to help shape the gateways to the future.
We encourage contributions from across all industries, businesses, organisational and government sectors that bear on the role of quality in today’s world. Both “academic” and “practical” contributions will be welcomed, and of varying lengths from short to extensive.