Ever since publishing his first book more than 20 years ago, Subir Chowdhury is recognized as a global thought leader in quality management and business processes. Wherever he goes, his work earns him high praise in the media.
“The Quality Prophet”
“Leading Quality Expert”
The New York Times
“Chowdhury boils down most of the wisdom of modern management theory and practice that is equally relevant to chief executive and front-line clerk.”
“He is an excitable, enthusiastic evangelist for quality — and not only for improving processes and methodologies but for taking quality to heart.”
The Conference Board Review
Subir continues to shape strategic thinking about the meaning of “Quality” among executives, managers, and engineers incorporations large and small. He took the subject of “Quality” made it come alive and accessible to “all the people, all the time.” As he continues his work, he also continues to garner attention from the media.
The column on the right is a list of his recent press coverage. Check out Magazines and Newspapers to see earlier coverage.
Prothom Alo, Weekend Edition: Quality-guru Subir Chowdhury: From Chittagong to America. A profile by Anisul Haque – LINK
The Times of India: IITKgp Alumnus Subir Chowdhury Among World’s Top 50 Thinkers in 2017 – LINK
KPCC: Culture Shift: How to take a company from good to great. Presented by Ben Bergman – LINK
Huffington Post: How to use ‘STAR’ to make your team care again. Book Review – LINK
Forbes: How to bring back a caring mindset at work. Book Review, Kevin Kruse – LINK
International Business Times, India: Book Review: The Difference – The caring mindset and other keys to quality at work, and in life. Book Review, Prashanth GN – LINK
Press Trust of India: Book Review: STAR Culture can change fortunes of companies – LINK
Hamilton Spectator: Book Review: Size Doesn’t Matter, but Caring Does. Book Review, Jay Robb – LINK
Business Today, India: STAR may usher in ‘true’ quality in corporate India. Editorial, Anilesh Mahajan – LINK
Investor’s Daily News: Accentuate the positive by focusing on the possibilities. Leaders & Successes, Michael Mink – LINK
Yentha.com: Top Ten Books The Week – LINK
Jefferson Public Radio: Book Review: What Makes ‘The Difference’ In A Thriving Organization? Book Review, Geoffrey Riley, Emily Cureton – LINK
Entrepreneur: 5 Keys to Promoting Accountability in Your Business. Editorial, Martin Zwilling – LINK
Seeking Alpha: Book Review: The Difference. Book Review, David Merkel – LINK
Times of India: New IIT-Khargpur school to focus on quality check. News, Jhimli Mukherjee Pandeyl – LINK
Smiley Pete Publishing: Book Review: Creating success through a caring mindset. Book Review, Paul Sanders – LINK
There have been countless essays on leadership authored by pioneers from nearly every part of our culture. Thanks to their work, we have the benefit of hindsight to help us shorten our experiential processes.
Subir Chowdhury has collaborated with a who’s who of leadership pioneers C.K. Prahalad, Sumantra Ghoshal, Noel M. Tichy, Don Tapscott, Rosabeth Moss Kanter, Chris Bartlett, Peter Senge, Jim Kouzes, Warren Bennis, Edgar Schein, James Champy, and Philip Kotler.