Building Capacity From Within for a Financial & Management Win-Win

Fiona Liddle, Quality Scotland Account Director in today's Scotsman on how building internal capacity can help your organisation make cost savings and how having your own people trained to embed a management framework across your organisation can be a financial and management win-win.

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What stops you getting started on improvement? - Scotsman

During World Quality Week, Claire Ford encourages all organisations to take a step back to see what's stopping your organisation from improving and to find out how we can help you on your journey.

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First Minister Sends Video Message for World Quality Week

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon sent a video message congratulating all Scottish Awards for Business Excellence winners for a World Quality Week Showcase hosted by this year's overall winner West Lothian Council.

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Andy Kerr Appointed New Chair of Quality Scotland as Sir Andrew Cubie Steps Down

Quality Scotland’s Chairman of 15 years, Sir Andrew Cubie, CBE FRSE, has announced that he will stand down from the post in November 2016.
Taking over the mantle from Sir Andrew will be Andy Kerr, CEO of Sense Scotland, (a social care provider for children, young people and adults with communication support needs), a former MSP and Cabinet Minister of the Scottish Government, an experienced Quality Assurance professional and founder of business transformation consultancy Achieving Quality. He will be a passionate advocate for Quality Scotland’s values and contribution to the Scottish economy by leading the board and its growing membership community.

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Why private schools should take a long, hard look at themselves - Scotsman

Sara Keane, an Account Director at Quality Scotland, looks at 'Excellence in Education'.

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