For decades, the most successful businesses thrived on product innovation as the natural strategy to increase revenues, market share, and loyalty. Fast forward to 2014: today’s product innovations, and the growth they create, are often incremental, narrow, and fleeting. Take TVs or PCs-every competitor quickly matches the latest features, speed, brightness.
After reading a press release announcing the latest Weber Award winners, and noting that the Weber is modeled after the Baldrige Award, I reached out to Peter Horvath (president and CEO) and Chuck Yarris (director of quality and food safety) of Quality Chekd to find out more.
Introduced by forewords of two Presidents of the European Commission as well as the EFQM Board, this publication gathers a broad spectrum of testimonies from organisations at different stages of their excellence journey.