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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.
New white paper lifts the lid on the world’s first global standard for health and safety
Published: 15 Mar 2018
The launch of ISO 45001 - the world’s first internationally recognised standard for health and safety - marks a major step towards the prevention of the 2.78 million work related deaths that occur every year.
Siemens joins as a CQI Corporate Partner
Published: 2 Mar 2018
Siemens Rail Automation, a global leader in the design, supply and commissioning of solutions for the rail industry, has joined the CQI as a Corporate Partner.
The Chartered Quality Institute confirms the appointment of Vincent Desmond as Chief Executive
Published: 2 Feb 2018
The Chartered Quality Institute (CQI) Board of Trustees today confirmed Vincent Desmond as CQI Chief Executive with overall responsibility for the delivery of the institute’s strategy and day-to-day operation.
Lord Jamie Lindsay announced as new CQI President
Published: 28 Nov 2017
The Chartered Quality Institute Board of Trustees are delighted to announce that Lord Lindsay will become the next CQI President on 1 January 2018.
CQI partners with Construction Summit for quality event
Published: 20 Nov 2017
The CQI is partnering with the Construction Summit for its Quality in Construction Summit in London in June 2018.
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.
Kobe Steel exemplifies the global need for better operational governance, assurance and improvement
Published: 17 Oct 2017
The deepening scandal at Kobe Steel over falsified data relating to the quality, strength and durability of its steel brings into sharp focus the need for robust operational governance, assurance and improvement.