Dr Kamran Moosa is the chief executive of the PIQC Institute of Quality in Pakistan. He is also an experienced researcher, professor, international trainer, consultant, author and an advisor to national institutions in the field of quality engineering and management. He is a member of the International Academy for Quality (IAQ), an independent organisation that is administered by a collegial assembly of individuals who have been elected by their peers from among the respected, active, and experienced proponents of quality in the world. He is a member of the Quality in Education Think Tank (QiETT) of IAQ. Moosa is a recipient of the Ishikawa-Kano silver medal from the Asian Network for Quality (ANQ) for being among the top awardees from Asia in 2020. He has also been awarded a regional productivity award by the Asian Productivity Organization (APO Japan) in 2021.
He is the author of four books: 'Quality Management Practices', 'Practical Guide to ISO 9000', 'Quality Control' and 'Students Quality Circles'. Moosa wrote a chapter called 'Implementing Quality Management in Asian and Pacific Countries' for a book by APO Japan. He is a certified Six Sigma black belt in quality. Moosa is also a senior member of the American Society for Quality and IRCA (UK), and a registered quality management system principal auditor. He has more 30 years of professional experience in the field of quality assurance and engineering, Six Sigma, Lean management and productivity management, particularly in the implementation of these programmes in the industry.
He has been the chief editor of the magazine, Quest for Quality, of the Middle East Quality Association (MEQA). He contributes to many national and international quality forums for the development and progress of the field of quality and productivity.