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EFQM RECOGNISED FOR EXCELLENCE ASSESSMENT

An EFQM Recognised for Excellence assessment provides learning for everyone involved in the process.  This starts from preparing the initial input for the assessors, through all the interviews conducted on-site and in the final feedback report the Assessors produce.

 

A team of 3 to 5 assessors will spend several days on-site, interviewing people from all levels of the organisation.  These Assessors are trained by EFQM but come from other Member Organisations, giving you a "peer to peer" assessment.  We deliberately select Assessors from a range of different backgrounds to maximise the learning opportunities.

 

The size of the team and the amount of time they spend on-site varies depending on the size and complexity of your organisation.  Past applicants have ranged from 10 people in a single site to 80,000 people, working across 5 continents.

 

The feedback report is normally around 20 pages, giving you valuable insights into your current strengths and potential for improvement.

THE FEEDBACK

The EFQM Recognised for Excellence assessment feedback:

 

WHY APPLY?

 

WHO CAN APPLY?

The EFQM Recognised for Excellence is designed for those organisations or business units that are well on their way to organisational excellence. A typical profile of an applicant organisation looks as follows:

 

PRICE

The application fee for EFQM Recognised for Excellence depends on the size, scope and complexity of the applicant, e.g. 1 site or multi-site assessment, large organisation or SME, ...  It will vary as follows:

 

For more information, please contact us at efqmmiddleeast@efqm.org.

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