Wednesday March 24, 2010 @ 6:00 PM

Quality from a CIO’s Perspective

SCQAA-SF is proud to announce that Mr. Rick Hopfer will be speaking at our next event on March 24, 2010.

Rick will discuss as the CIO:

  • Quality: An Organizational Perspective
  • Quality: A Process Perspective
  • Quality: A Project Perspective
  • Quality: A System / Application Perspective
  • Quality: An Individual Perspective

The aim of this presentation is to reflect on the decisions made to select a bottle of wine for dinner and link this to the traditional decisions made in quality improvement efforts, in this way, we can improve the analysis and execution of our quality improvement projects, gaining the operational advantage to our organizations.

About Rick Hopfer:

Rick is an effective leader and manager who has a track record of building world-class teams for large, complex global organizations. He is an innovator,
collaborator and problem solver, who establishes credibility by building strong business alignment, identifying high value work and delivering on commitments.

As Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE), Rick was responsible for developing long-term information technology strategies as well as directing company-wide effort to fully integrate the information systems that support SPE’s global operations. SPE’s businesses encompass motion picture production and distribution; television production and distribution; digital content creation and distribution; worldwide channel investments; home entertainment acquisition and distribution; operation of studio facilities; development of new entertainment products, services and technologies; and distribution of filmed entertainment in more than 130 countries.

Seats are limited, please register here.

This meeting is free of charge for SCQAA members and Bank of America employees only. For non-members it is $10 per person payable at the registration desk.

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