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Quality management tools are essential for organisations to maintain a competitive edge in the market. These tools aid in identifying areas for improvement, reducing waste, and enhancing productivity, leading to cost savings, improved quality, increased customer satisfaction and loyalty. Quality professionals can improve their individual and team performance by utilising these tools, contributing to the overall success of the organisation.
ISO 13485 internal auditor Karandeep Singh Badwal, explains what to expect and how to prepare for unannounced audits of companies with a UKCA or CE-marked medical device.
Artificial intelligence is an integral part of everyday life, and it can revolutionise manufacturing processes, says CQI member Robert Kurek.
Welding is key in many industries, but can endanger the workforce. George Assimacopoulos explains how quality professionals can help mitigate the risks.
Quality Engineer Benjamin Clifford, who works for DISCO Corporation in Japan, was a finalist in the Emerging Talent category at this year’s CQI International Quality Awards. Here, he explains his journey into auditing, and how a multi-lingual auditing programme is improving standards in his organisation.
Cognitive biases can have a serious impact on supply chain management when it comes to outsourcing vendors. Krishnan Lakshminarayanan CQP MCQI, a Lead Auditor and Senior Manager at William Hare in India, examines some common examples and looks at how they can be avoided.
Malcolm Harrison, Group CEO of the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS), talks to Daniel Moore about how Brexit will impact supply chains and logistics in 2021.