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The Award in Germany is incorporating the EFQM Excellence Model

Alan Jones, International Trustee and Chairman of the EMAS Regional Advisory Board

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Erstellt am 2010/12/09, zuletzt geändert am 2011/01/20

Alan Jones, International Trustee and Chairman of the EMAS Regional Advisory Board, is delighted to see the Award in Germany is incorporating the European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM) Excellence Model© into its Award Management Course.

Alan Jones, International Trustee and Chairman of the EMAS Regional Advisory Board

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Alan Jones, International Trustee and Chairman of the EMAS Regional Advisory Board, is delighted to see the Award in Germany is incorporating the European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM) Excellence Model© into its Award Management Course.

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I am delighted to see the Award in Germany is incorporating the European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM) Excellence Model© into its Award Management Course. As chairman of Midlands Excellence as well as a former governor of the EFQM I am naturally a strong advocate of the model which is a non-prescriptive self-assessment framework that can be used to gain an objective overview of any organisation regardless of its size, sector or maturity. 



The benefits of the Excellence Model© are numerous but include continuous improvement and the achievement of first class results. The model enables users to see the link between strategy and operations but also provides input that helps leaders build a common direction and understanding amongst everyone involved in organisations using this valuable tool. In the case of the German Award their management course participants highlighted how the model can be used to produce effective development plans for their Award units and operating authorities.

News from the EMAS Region, December 2010