|Members of the Center for Quality of Management have at their call myriad ways to participate in mutual learning. One of the most important ways, besides our Educational Programs, is through what we call Networked Learning.
Networked Learning --- user groups, study groups, and round tables.
These peer-to-peer networking round tables act as support systems for executives implementing strategic initiatives, such as reward-and-recognition programs, teamwork concepts, and TQM deployment.
User groups bring together members to implement a specific CQM methodology and share their hurdles. Study groups are pulled together by members to develop a CQM program pertinent to a specific topic or industry.
For more information on Networked Learning, including user groups, study groups, round tables, and committee meetings, please contact your local chapter.