COVID-19 and Management Systems Audit
Published: 25 Mar 2020
The CQI|IRCA shares advice and guidance available to help auditors with conducting successful audits amid the coronavirus pandemic.
CQI hosts Corporate Partner roundtable
Published: 4 Mar 2020
The CQI launched its first Corporate Partner roundtable of the year with a focus on influencing the quality agenda; culture and leadership in quality
CQI Coronavirus Statement 4/3/2020
Published: 4 Mar 2020
As the spread of the coronavirus becomes a more significant global threat, it is likely to have implications for organisations of all sizes. The CQI has provided some considerations on key areas of focus for quality professionals.
The CQI turns 100
Published: 1 Jan 2019
The CQI is proud to celebrate its past, present and future.
The policy voice of the CQI
Published: 6 Dec 2018
The CQI’s seventh Corporate Connect event of the year explored the role of the CQI’s policy department.
Innovation: the great opportunity
Published: 20 Sep 2018
The CQI’s fifth Corporate Connect event of the year explored how human design thinking can encourage successful innovation.
New report shines a light on systemic governance failings of leading tech companies
Published: 4 Sep 2018
Report reveals alleged cases of child labour, forced labour, and human rights violations.
Latest Facebook scandal indicative of a failure of operational governance amongst tech firms
Published: 29 Mar 2018
The Cambridge Analytica scandal reveals a clear gap between policy and enforcement among tech companies, according to Vincent Desmond, CEO of the Chartered Quality Institute.
Meet our new president: Lord Lindsay
Published: 19 Dec 2017
CQI’s new president, Lord Jamie Lindsay, talks to Alicia Dimas about the importance of a quality culture in a time of political and economic uncertainty, and the ambiguity of the post-Brexit landscape
The Chancellor needs the UK to work smarter, not harder, to improve productivity.
Published: 1 Nov 2017
Phillip Hammond faces a tricky situation for his 22 November budget: a political need to soften austerity, weak growth and unacceptable levels of UK productivity, all wrapped up with the BREXIT debate.