During his recent visit to the United Arab Emirates, Dr Robin Mann, Director, Centre for Organisational Excellence Research (COER) and Founder of the International Best Practice Competition bestowed upon the UAE-based winners of the 8th International Best Practice Competition 2022, their award plaques and certificates in recognition of their outstanding work.
BPIR.com newsletter September 2022, in this issue read about the award winners of the International Beat Practice Competition, Organisation-Wide Innovation Award, the Organisation-Wide Innovation Award, Global Benchmarking Award, and the Environmental, Social, & Governance (ESG) Excellence Award. The newsletter includes featured news, events, best practice video clip, and best practice case studies.
With immense delight, we share the names of the Winners and Runners-Up of the 4th Organisation-Wide Innovation Award 2022, and the 7th Global Benchmarking Award 2022, the Finals of which were held on 04 August 2022. The Pioneer In Excellence Prizes 2022 were also awarded to organisations that had the most best practices assessed at 4-Stars or above, 5-Stars or above, or, 6-Stars or above at the 8th International Best Practice Competition 2022.
BN Valores qualified for the final of the 8th International Best Practice Competition (IBPC) and in that third round it won 6 stars for its strategy execution practice.
The rigorous competition encourages companies around the world to share their best practices, processes, systems, and operational and management initiatives, and to learn from each other’s experience.
Three U.S. organizations will receive the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, the nation’s only presidential award for performance excellence. Celebrating robust quality management systems, the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award evaluates businesses and nonprofit organizations in seven areas defined by the Baldrige Excellence Framework: leadership; strategy; customers; measurement, analysis and knowledge management; workforce; operations; and results.
The Zairi International Awards for Excellence in Higher Education 2022 inaugural edition are open now for entries to higher education institutions from across the globe. The Awards is an annual competition honouring excellence and innovation in higher education in specific areas pertinent to digital transformation, research, service to the community, etc. The Awards are managed and assessed by a team of renowned international experts that serve on its Executive Committee, Assessment Committee and Jury.
The International Best Practice Competition (IBPC) encourages organizations to share their best operational and managerial practices, processes, systems, and initiatives and learn from the experience of others. Every organisation has some good or great practices – what are yours?
Whilst winners of the award are likely to have jaw-dropping “best practices” rated as 7 ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ we encourage entries showcasing practices at a range of standards to facilitate learning and the strengthening of practices – it is a wonderful learning opportunity obtaining feeedback from judges and listening to best practice presentations from other organisations.
In May 2021, Dubai Municipality won the coveted 3rd Organisation-wide Innovation Award for its exemplary ideas and innovation management (Fig 1). With 12,000 employees and workers, Dubai Municipality has excelled in inculcating a culture of innovation across 6 vital sectors and 175 public services.
For its best practice of “Introduction of a Mobile Practice – Portable Plasma Collection“, New Zealand Blood Service (NZBS) was the proud recipient of the 2nd New Zealand Best Practice Competition Award, held on 10 May 2021 in Wellington at the New Zealand Business Excellence Conference (Fig 1). Established in 1998, NZBS has 673 employees across New Zealand.
Held in May 2021, the 7th International Best Practice Competition announced Dubai Police as one of the winners for the exceptional outcomes of their project Safe Bags – Accuracy and Efficiency of Airport Hold Baggage Screening (HBS) System. Dubai Airports, the world’s busiest international passenger airport, handled and secured 31,093,870 bags in 2018.
For its remarkable benchmarking project ‘The Way Beyond Traditional Procurement’, Dubai Municipality won the 7th International Best Practice Competition held in May 2021 (Fig 1). Dubai Municipality were one of five winners at the competition for its best practice in the planning and implementation of a digitized and agile procurement process to improve efficiency, effectiveness, quality, and productivity, and overall satisfaction.
It was 2020. The world was suddenly in the middle of the horrid blaring truth of the COVID-19 pandemic, UNPREPARED! And one organisation that resolved to fight this daunting challenge head-on was the Ambulatory Healthcare Services (AHS), a member of the SEHA public health system in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, UAE.