Dinner will be:
Caesar salad with grilled chicken on the side and croutons also on the side (to accommodate vegetarian and gluten free folks)
Broccoli rigatoni (vegetarian selection)
Chicken and broccoli rigatoni
Roasted rosemary garlic potatoes
French rolls with butter
Unlimited soda and coffee
Directions to Meeting Location:
The California Room is in the same complex as The Campania Market, which has a large sign as a good landmark.
From I-93 northbound/southbound
Take Exit 4 from I-93. Follow NH 102 W / Nashua Rd in Londonderry to your destination (290 Derry Rd) in Hudson. The venue is off Derry Road / NH 102. (6.4 miles or 13 minutes per Google Maps).
From The Everett Turnpike, northbound:
Take exit onto Circumferential Highway. Continue straight onto NH 3A North. Turn right onto Library Street. Library Street turns slightly right and merges onto NH 102 East / Derry Road. (7.9 miles or 18 minutes per Google Maps).
From The Everett Turnpike, southbound
Take exit for 101A / Amherst Street to Nashua. Continue onto NH 101A / Bridge Street. Follow NH 101A. Merge onto NH 111 East / Ferry Street. Turn left onto NH 102 East / Derry Road. (6.6 miles or 19 minutes per Google Maps).
Organizations today are faced with ever evolving, ever more demanding and diverse customers. How can your organization keep up with and even gain competitive advantage over your competition for those customers?
Studies from leading research firms such as the Harvard Business Review, Boston Consulting Group, McKenzie, and Clear Company as well as notable figures such as Dianne Crampton of the United Nations recognized TIGERS series to former Soviet Leader Mikael Gorbachov to Producer Director Noman Lear point to one real answer to this question – diversity in your employees. But is diversity really the solution for your organization? What are the benefits? How can you tell if your organization could benefit from diversity efforts?
Joint ASQMV / Granite State Dinner Meeting
WEDNESDAY, February 5, 2020
*** NOTE DATE CHANGE !!!***
Diversity: Good or Bad for Organizations?
Speaker: James T. McKim, Jr., PMP, ITIL / Organizational Ignition
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Registration / Networking: 5:45 -- 6:00 PM
Chair Announcements: 6:00 -- 6:15 PM
Dinner / Networking: 6:15 – 6:45 PM
Presentation: 6:45 – 7:45 PM
Discussion / Networking: 7:45 -- 8:00 PM