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Process automation and the quality professional
Published: 23 Nov 2020
Richard Seddon, Managing Partner at Process Management International (PMI), UK, explains why quality professionals need to embrace process automation tools in this digitally advanced era.
Achieving success in quality
Published: 12 Oct 2020
Donna Hopkins, Quality and Compliance Manager at Ridgeway Biologicals – part of Ceva Animal Health, UK, talks to Daniel Moore about achieving the CQI’s Chartered Membership grade (CQP MCQI), and her plans to move up to Fellowship status in the future.
Creating a quality culture with TQM
Published: 14 Sep 2020
Miguel Cartañá, Senior Quality Consultant at AQC Group, Spain, explains the importance of Total Quality Management (TQM), and the principles quality teams and their businesses should adopt to achieve success.
Being a leader in health and safety
Published: 11 May 2020
Mohamed Attia, Trainer and Auditor at testing and certification centre TÜV Nord Middle East, explains how a strong occupational health and safety (OH&S) culture is critical to business success.
What makes our team a winner?
Published: 8 Jul 2019
After being awarded Quality Team of the year in the International Quality Awards 2018, David Sanders, Business Improvement Manager at Costain, shares what he believes makes his team exemplary in its field.
Download the Defence Body of Quality Knowledge
Published: 9 Aug 2016
Essential reading for quality professionals looking to get ahead in the defence industry.
Webinar: A quality career – it's in your hands
Published: 1 Nov 2014
An introduction to the CQI's unique Competency Framework and how it can support your career development.
Leading Quality in the 21st Century (ebook)
Published: 1 Sep 2014
A collection of six articles commissioned by the CQI from experts at Oakland Consulting looks at the new challenges facing the quality profession.
How quality adds billions to the UK's economy
Published: 9 Aug 2012
How much is quality management worth to the UK? A groundbreaking study revealed that in 2011 quality management practices contributed £90bn to the economy (six per cent of GDP), £9.1bn in taxes to the treasury and 1.4 million jobs.