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Subir ChowdhuryHow can you lead a quality life?
Subir Chowdhury is a quality guru for major corporations all over the world.What can you expect from a quality life?
Subir Chowdhury is a quality management leader.What's the future like?
Subir Chowdhury is a leading business management thinker.How can economies benefit from a quality lifestyle?
Subir Chowdhury has written 15 books on the topic of quality management.What happens to the individual who choses a quality lifestyle?

Thought Leader, Best-Selling Author, Inspirational Speaker

A transformative storyteller.

Subir Chowdhury is one of the world’s leading management consultants. He has helped Fortune 500 save billions of dollars with improvements to their quality and performance. He has authored more than 15 books (many international bestsellers) and given dozens of talks on management and quality control. Book him as a speaker for your next event.

Speaking

We can solve all problems when we choose a quality lifestyle. More…

Media

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A Toothpick

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Committed to Advancing Education and Improving the Quality of Life for Everyone

Indian Institute of Technology at Kharagpur

Subir Chowdhury School of Quality and Reliability

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University of California at Berkeley

Subir & Malini Chowdhury Center for Bangladesh Studies

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Harvard University

Subir Chowdhury Fellowship on Quality and Economics

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London School of Economics

Subir Chowdhury Post-Doctoral Fellowship on Quality and Economics

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Quality & You

Quality & Economics

Quality & Process

Quality & Me

  • Abolish your Quality Department

    For decades now, we’ve made the Quality Department the epicenter of our quality policy. But has this attention been misplaced? My contention is that the reason we have failed to deliver resilient and sustainable quality from American businesses is that we are too focused on the metric of quality. We have turned a qualitative question into a quantitative one, and that simply will not work.

  • Whose political crisis is this, anyhow?

    Whose political crisis is this, anyhow?

    I am deeply troubled by the increased pace of self-inflicted crises in our government and economy. We have been witness to one event after another during the last several years, each with seemingly greater levels of consequence and damage. Not surprisingly, this is all happening under the watchful eyes of two of the least productive congressional sessions in history.

  • The Quality Process Revolution

    For years now, I have been observing organizations just to see what makes their operations rise above the rest and make them what I call “excellent organizations.” What I discovered is more common sense than it is groundbreaking.

  • Don't be afraid of the truth

    Don’t be afraid of the truth

    Encourage everyone – and I mean everyone – to be straightforward, to tell the truth, and to not be afraid. Without being straightforward, you can never make a difference.