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.
Two joint winners of the 3rd New Zealand Best Practice Competition 2022 were announced on 9 November 2022 by the New Zealand Business Excellence Foundation and Centre for Organisational Excellence Research. The competition recognizes exceptional best practices across industries, sectors, and functions. The criteria and judging system are aligned to the International Best Practice Competition.
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.
During the annual competition that gathers global best practices, Obeikan Digital Solutions one of Obeikan Investment Group subsidiaries was competing against 62 other best practices and was among the 14 international finalists from various categories. Obeikan Digital Solutions achieved 6-Stars as an outstanding best practice in the International Best Practice Competition for the year 2022, earning 6 stars and marking their place among leading businesses.
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.
Excellence, cannot be a one-time event. It cannot be a manifestation of fortune either. For it to stand the test of time, excellence requires revolutionary ambitions, commitment, execution, and resilience – every day. It requires one more quality – foresight. And the Dubai We Learn (DWL) initiative is one shining example that never ceases to demonstrate its pursuit of excellence.
The 5th Cycle of DWL on four strategic breakthrough projects: Joined Digital Services, Data Management and Decision-Making, Building Government Capabilities for Future Jobs, and Behavioural Science for Government Effectiveness
BPIR Newsletter April 2022 Newsletter, in this issue read about the 8th International Best Practice Competition, Featured Events, Latest News, and Best Practice case studies on Performance Measurement.
After four successful cycles of Dubai We Learn, an initiative by the Dubai Government Excellence Programme (DGEP) in partnership with the Centre of Organisational Excellence Research (COER), New Zealand, a 5th cycle was launched on 9 March 2022 by Dr Hazza Al Nuaimi, DGEP Coordinator-General. This cycle will focus on four joint projects to research best practices in areas of key importance to strengthen the Dubai government and the services it provides
BPIR Newsletter Jan 2022 Newsletter, in this issue read about the 8th International Best Practice Competition, Featured Events, Latest News, Publication of the 3rd Cycle of Dubai We Learn Book, Best Practice Report: Cybersecurity Management.
Watch Global Benchmarking Network (GBN) members from around the world share their happy new year wishes and best practices tips to the community. The GBN promotes Benchmarking through different initiatives, such as funding research studies, organising international conferences, and the Global Benchmarking Award. The award encourages organisations to share how benchmarking (comparing and learning from others) is an integral part of their improvement and innovation drive.
The book Achieving Performance Excellence Through Benchmarking and Organisational Learning is a joint publication by the Dubai Government Excellence Program and the Centre for Organisational Excellence Research (COER). The book describes 10 TRADE Best Practice Benchmarking projects that were undertaken as part of DGEP’s 3rd Cycle of Dubai We Learn.
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.