8th International Best Practice Competition
(1st Environmental, Social, & Governance (ESG) Excellence Award, 4th Organisation-Wide Innovation Award, and 7th Global Benchmarking Award)

This is an opportunity to learn from 60+ best practices from around the world
We are less than 50 days away from the most important best practice sharing event in 2022. The Best Practice Sharing Extravaganza (Qualifying round) will start on the 9th of June and the last session will be on the 23rd of June. During the competition days, more than 60 best practices in 15 best practice areas will be presented. Each team will show an 8-minute presentation followed by a Question and Answer session with a panel of judges and open to other participants for best practice learning.

We are offering a limited time discount of 20% to BPIR.com members, use the promo code Early2022 while checking out to get the discount. There are multiple registration options, you have the choice to attend one session only or all the qualifying round sessions (Best Practice Sharing Extravaganza) or the whole events (qualifying round and the finals).

This is an outstanding learning experience, that shouldn’t be missed and we are looking forward to your participation.

You can view the program from here

Featured Events

Featured Research

The Centre of Organisational Excellence Research (COER) is pleased to release a research report that investigated the Organisational Excellence Architecture (OEA) required to facilitate and accelerate an organisation’s business excellence journey.
The purpose of the research was to gain clarification and consensus on what is OEA, its importance, and to develop an OEA model that can guide organisations on how to implement business excellence.

Corporate Performance Management

To manage/improve performance, Adventist Health White Memorial (AHWM), a US Healthcare Provider and 2019 Baldrige National Quality Award Recipient, established a system of an Organisational Performance Council (OPC) and sub-councils. These councils reported to the Governing Board and interfaced with the Medical Staff committee structure, to provide oversight and accountability for performance improvement. All senior leaders sat on the overarching OPC. The councils and sub-councils were multi-disciplinary but focussed on specific aspects of the business.


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14.3.4 Conduct a business excellence assessment.
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