‘Excellence Without Borders – A Global Business Excellence Study’
The Centre for Organizational Excellence Research (COER) and Massey University (New Zealand) has recently started a major benchmarking study on ‘the design, deployment and impact of National/Regional/Sectoral Business Excellence (BE) programs entitled ‘Excellence Without Borders’. The project is a global benchmarking study on the design, deployment and impact of National/Regional/Sectoral Business Excellence (BE) programs. This research will help BE Custodians (organisations that own, administer and support national BE Frameworks and associated BE programs) to learn from each other and strengthen national approaches to business excellence. As a result, it is envisaged that more organisations will become aware of and apply business excellence principles and practices leading to greater socio-economic benefits across the globe.
The objectives for this study are to identify how BE Custodians:
- Design their BE frameworks;
- Deploy their BE frameworks (consisting of “awareness” – how custodians create awareness of the framework; “application” – how custodians are assisting organizations in applying or using the framework; and “recognition” – how custodians recognize and reward those organizations that achieve excellence as assessed against the framework;
- Support the design and deployment of their BE frameworks; and
- Measure the success of their BE frameworks.
For more details about the project please visit project website https://www.ExcellenceWithoutBorders.org