Strategic Quality Assurance

Date: February 23, 2008

Speaker: Kamran Moosa

Kamran Moosa, MSc in Total Quality Management from Sheffield Hallam University, UK is working as CEO and Principal Consultant at PIQC Institute of Quality, Pakistan. He also holds a degree in BSc Engineering from Wright State University, USA.

He has 22 years of industry experience including setting up TQM and allied programs in large number of manufacturing, service, academic, defense and Govt. organizations. He is trainer for Lead Auditor Courses of ISO 9000 QMS of IQCS Singapore and Six Sigma Black Belt/Green Belt Certification programs of SQI Singapore.
He has four books to his credit and presented numerous papers in quality forums.

Summary

Notions of quality have been around for a long time. Everyone wants it, at least when one is speaking of quality at a sufficiently high axiological level. The paradox of quality assurance is that, although it's a key value for every organization, the actions taken to ensure it are often left until late in the lifecycle when budgets are scarce, time is short and there is high pressure to deliver to the market.

Quality Management is primarily aimed at assurance of system or product quality. Most of the approaches advocated are at the level of operational and task management. Although necessary these approaches are often not sufficient. Efforts at the level of strategic management are also required.

The Seminar aims at the issues of quality at strategic level. This generally results in Strategic Quality Assurance and Management plans and these in turn enhance process quality at the level of system management or management control.

The program for this event is as follow:

Venue: China Grill Hall, Holiday Inn Hotel, Lahore.

Timings: 4:00 PM to 6:30 PM (Sharp))

Program: Registration:   4:00 PM – 4:15 PM

                 Seminar & Q&A:   4:15 PM - 6:00 PM

                 Hi Tea:   6:00 PM - 6:30 PM

PDU: 2

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Contact: Farooq Afzal, Coordinator, PMI Lahore Chapter

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