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Annual User's Group Meetings

BlueDragon User's Group Meetings are free to all former students and are a great way to meet and network with our
Community of Practice

Upcoming 2021 Monthly Forums 

Past Monthly Forums 

December 17, 2020 Annual User's Group Meeting

January 21, 2021 Monthly Forum 

February 18, 2021 Monthly Forum 

March 18, 2021 Monthly Forum 

April 22, 2021 Monthly Forum 

May 20, 2021 Monthly Forum 

June 23, 2021 Monthly Forum 

July 22, 2021 Monthly Forum 

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User's Group Meetings are held once per year.  Managers, practitioners and distinguished guests share lessons learned through presentations and group discussions on topics that are important to BlueDragon users.  These include success stories of BlueDragon root cause analyses, problems with management indoctrination, and difficulties or challenges in conducting the investigations.  


Attendees bring a wealth of knowledge from the perspectives of practitioners at the National Laboratories, the nuclear weapons complex and other BlueDragon clients.  There are also breakout sessions on selected topics of interest that you can participate in.   In addition, Rob, BlueDragon's creator, usually provides an update on the latest BlueDragon tools and techniques.  


User's Group Meetings are attended by practitioners from client organizations ranging from staff all the way up to the CEO.  These meetings present the opportunity to meet and exchange contact information with industry peers and subject matter experts.  During the meetings, we seek to put coalitions in place to work together on problems as we often find that we are trying to solve similar problems at the different sites. 


“Rob has done for cause analysis what Motorla did for Six Sigma, clearly and concisely bundled proven RCA tools into an effective method encompassing critical thinking, visual information, and succinct communication of a problem and its deepest seated causes."

- Mark Anderson,

Sandia National Laboratory 

(April 2021)