The Dubai Government Excellence Program Launches the 5th Cycle of Dubai We Learn

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

South African Quality Institutes latest news

SAQI monthly newsletter is an excellent source of information to keep up with the latest quality issues in South Africa. In this issue read about Process Management, Living Organizations Stay Alive, Using the Corporate Governance Framework, Best Practice: Incorporating Cultural Characteristics into The Excellence Model, and Quality in Schools

Three Organizations Win 2021 Baldrige Awards for Performance Excellence

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.

Philippine Society for Quality PSQ Nation Magazine

The Philippine Society for Quality https://www.psq.org.ph/ is the national body that co-ordinates the Quality effort in the Philippine. PSQ Nation, the official digitial magazine of the Philippine Society for Quality, in this issue read about several topics such as: What it takes to be a quality champion, Continual productivity improvement in-spite resource constraints, Global assessment on the current state of organizational excellence, and many other articles.

The Hybrid Workspace, Societal Well-Being, and Productivity: A Proposal for the Future of Work

The hybrid workspace, societal well-being, and productivity: on the surface, these three concepts are not obviously related to each other. But permit me the opportunity to explore each of them in the context of our current environment and then conclude with a proposal for organizations to consider that could improve organizational performance and personal well-being.

Global Benchmarking Network’s Newsletter – 13th International Benchmarking Conference

The Global Benchmarking Network exists to promote and support benchmarking and best practice sharing worldwide for the betterment of society. The Global Benchmarking Network’s newsletter, 30th Edition, features a variety of benchmarking articles, such as: 2nd World Innovation & Benchmarking Summit, 8th International Best Practice Competition, Sustainability Benchmarking as Fraunhofer IPK, Our Global STEM Education Dashboard, 10 Benchmarking Case Studies Published, In Memory of Professor Mohamed Zairi.

Application Now Open: The Zairi International Award for Excellence in Higher Education

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 Passing of Professor Mohamed Zairi – A Leader in Benchmarking and Excellence

The last two years has caused unprecedented turmoil and sadness for many families. Over five million people have died due to Covid, and many more millions have had their health compromised or their livelihoods jeopardised. A huge loss for the benchmarking community has been the passing of Professor Mohamed Zairi after a spirited fight against Covid. Mohamed died aged 65 in October 2021. Mohamed has been a thought leader in the quality profession for over 35 years. His strength has been to have a broad-based view of quality and a deep understanding of current business trends and challenges from which he can prescribe relevant and often innovative quality-based solutions.

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