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Creating sustainable change when implementing improvements
Published: 17 Sep 2018
Dave Droar, CQP MCQI, shares his insight on the common challenges of creating positive change.
Services quality vs manufacturing quality – how do you define quality in a service organisation?
Published: 2 Aug 2018
Sponsored article: Matt Tizzard explains why quality in services can be difficult to evaluate and shares some tools to help your business improve its quality culture.
From ineffective auditing to effective auditing
Published: 18 Jun 2018
Stephen Asbury talks about behaviours to avoid and tips to improve your auditing skills
The shared struggle of capturing quality costs
Published: 11 May 2018
Robert Oakland, Partner at The Oakland Group, breaks down common challenges and how quality professionals can fuel fact-based decisions.
The changing nature of quality
Published: 29 Nov 2017
E-Squared is sponsoring the Quality Professional of the Year Award in the CQI’s International Quality Awards. In this sponsored feature, David Key, managing director at E-Squared, answers what change means for the quality profession.
Invalid data – a researcher’s nightmare
Published: 24 Nov 2017
Rashad Issa, PMP, CQP MCQI, project management director for Workplace Options, reports on the CQI’s event Quality in Clinical Trial.
The origins of Lean Six Sigma
Published: 14 Nov 2017
This sponsored feature from Catalyst Consulting Ltd explores the history and techniques of applying a continuous improvement framework. This is an edited extract from Lean Six Sigma for Leaders by Martin Brenig-Jones and Jo Dowdall of Catalyst Consulting
Psychology in quality
Published: 31 Oct 2017
David Straker, CQP, MCQI, shares his personal experience in linking psychology with the quality profession (PinQ).
CV: getting it right
Published: 17 Oct 2017
Campbell Urquhart describes how to write a quality curriculum vitae (CV) and reveals the most common mistakes he has seen in job applications.
Fish Fraud: How the Marine Stewardship Council tackles unregulated fishing
Published: 2 Jun 2017
In the early 1990s the impact of overfishing on the marine environment and on seafood supplies was reaching a critical point. This year the Marine Stewardship Council is celebrating its 20th anniversary and the picture is looking far healthier.