The Business Operations Committee provides insights and recommendations to the WQA Board of Governors on providing business operations training for WQA members and others in the water treatment industry. The committee helps develop and implement a Board-approved strategic plan for business operations training through online training. sessions, executive training, and the Business Operations Boot Camp now affiliated with the annual WQA Convention & Expo.
Watch a video replay of the Business Operations Committee meeting held online during the 2020 Mid-Year Leadership Conference. Watch here (requires Member log-in).
- Provides insights and recommendations to the Board of Governors as it relates to business operations training (i.e. programs, webinars, member benefits, and etc.).
Aid the development and implementation of a Board-approved value proposition for business operations training.
Aid in the development and implementation of a Board-approved strategic plan for delivering business operations training to WQA members and non-members utilizing the following platforms: Executive Business Operations Training Convention Business Operations Training: Boot Camp Online Business Operations Training
Identify speakers, content, and delivery of business operations platforms and business operations training sessions for any platform as needed.
Develop and maintain a certificate of completion including: business operations training topics from Convention, Boot Camp, online business operations training, Essentials webinars, and other WQA business operations training topics.
Explore and recommend creative options for delivering business operations training topics such as, but not limited to, collaboration with state and regional WQA meetings or programs.
Review satisfaction survey results from business operations training programs and recommend improvements and new ideas for future programs
What We Are Looking For:
- WQA member individuals representing all categories (e.g. dealers and manufacturer/suppliers)
- Enthusiasm about the purpose and benefit of supporting WQA
- Futuristic, visionary and strategic thinkers
- Excellent communication skills
- Relationship-building skills
- Opportunity to be in contact with industry professionals, outside of one's own company colleagues, not a requirement
Frequency of Meetings:
- In Person Meetings: WQA Convention & Exposition, Mid-Year Leadership Conference
- Conference Calls: Monthly
Staff Liaison: Membership and Development Associate Director Heather Duve
Visit wqa.org/volunteer for information on signing up to serve on a WQA committee or advisory council.