These partners add value for our licensed professionals and client organizations.
www.globalbenchmarking.org GBN is a global network of organizations and experts focused on promoting and facilitating the use of benchmarking and sharing of best practices. Benchmarking, learning from the experience of others, is a powerful method for breakthrough thinking, innovation, improvement and for delivering exceptional bottom-line results. It is one of the most popular and effective tools used for organizational success. Canada is represented by the Principal of Organizational Excellence Specialists, Dawn Ringrose.
www.BPIR.com is a leading internet-based benchmarking and best practice information and networking service for improvement-focused individuals and organizations. The BPIR contains 1,000’s of benchmarks, performance measures, best practice case studies, and provides over a 1,000,000 articles on the theme of performance improvement across all functional areas, industries and covering most countries. Members communicate with each other on-line, share benchmarks and best practices, participate in discussion forums and develop new business opportunities.
www.flevy.com Flevy is an online marketplace for premium business documents. OEF ‘white label’ workshop materials are available for seasoned quality professionals and management consultants at this link https://flevy.com/author/cdringrose88 . These workshops used in combination with the OEF publication and automated assessment and reporting tool are a valuable resource for professionals taking a holistic approach with an excellence model or a modular approach with a key management area(s). Professionals interested in becoming licensed to deliver programs for Organizational Excellence Specialists are invited to contact us regarding the Train-the-Trainer program.
Organizational Excellence Technical Committee, American Society of Quality OETC supports and promotes the use of international excellence models to help all organizations attain higher levels of performance. Goals of this global committee are to: promote the use of international, national and local excellence programs, contribute to a body of knowledge about excellence models, share case studies and success stories about performance excellence, explain how traditional quality methods and tools integrate with excellence models, and facilitate opportunities for people and organizations to connect, share, grow and learn from each other. Dawn Ringrose, Principal of Organizational Excellence Specialists, represents Canada on the OETC.
www.pmi.org The Project Management Insitute (PMI), world’s largest project management member association, has approved Organizational Excellence Specialists as a Registered Education Provider to help project managers maintain their Project Management Professional designation. The talent triangle at PMI emphasizes the importance of developing technical, leadership, strategic and business management expertise.
The author and many of the contributors to the Organizational Excellence Framework publication have a CMC designation and belong to a global network of institutes. These professionals follow a rigorous consulting process, adhere to the Uniform Code of Professional Conduct and bring special expertise with regards to implementing best management practices and aligning the strategic direction of an organization with the pursuit of excellence.
www.qlbs.com QLBS partners with Organizational Excellence Specialists to provide a technological platform that automates the assessment, improvement planning, and reporting process so the licensed professional can focus on higher order client requirements. This platform aggregates data to provide a global knowledge base and provides data analysis tools that assist with benchmarking performance and evaluating trends.