The Biggest Quality Failure of all Time?

Posted: October 23, 2012 in Banking, Company Culture, Financial, Quality Management
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Following on the theme from the last post the CQI continue to put out some thought provoking content in their September edition.

To attempt to précis this article or even put together a meaningful introduction strikes me as being somewhat futile. For those of you with the slightest interest as to what was at the heart of the banking collapse this is a must read.

It comprises a detailed and personal account of events from non other than Paul Moore, dubbed the HBOS whistleblower, because of his attempts to make known his concerns over the banking practices at the time. As you read through it you will I’m sure experience several emotions as the plot unfolds. He will be addressing the CQI Conference in November.

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