Knowledge Base

  • Embedding Innovation in your Organisation’s DNA

    EFQM
    18 February 2016

    Large or small, public or private, you need to have an ‘Innovation Compass’

    You need to have an Innovation Compass? Successful innovators find ways to manage the delicate balance of investing in the future, whilst sustaining the benefits being obtained from their current core offerings. -They forecast how much Innovation they need and what specifically it should achieve for them, but the big question is how best to do this?

  • RADAR - The EFQM's Management Tool

    EFQM
    18 February 2016

    Did you know that when RADAR was originally launched the EFQM intended that the tool should be used in day-to-day management, and not solely for assessment?

    The RADAR developers realised that a truly effective tool for assessment should be based, not upon something different or additional to good management practice, but rather upon what any good manager or management team should be doing in their daily work.

  • EFQM and Lean

    EFQM
    14 July 2015

    Let's get them to work together...

    What is the relationship between Operational Excellence and Business Excellence? Between Lean and the EFQM Model?

  • Finding a catalyst for change

    EFQM
    14 July 2015

    ISO and the Excellence Model run in parallel, an impossible challenge? Don’t be so sure...

    We often receive questions about the implementation of ISO and the EFQM Model within the same organisation. How can you do it? What does it take? Is it even possible? There is no perfect answer but an example of a successful implementation should help ease any doubt about the possibility to work in parallel with both approaches. Rob Jackson, from Ricoh UK, will share with us his experience of the subject.

  • Achieving and sustaining Excellence in Public Services

    EFQM
    26 June 2015

    Excellence in Government Services adopting EFQM Model

    Today, citizens (customers) have access to a wide array of products and services delivered consistently with a high level of service from the private sector, and they expect a similar level of service from the government. As seen below, citizens have many expectations when it comes to government services.