European Foundation for Quality Management

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European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM)

a body established in 1988 which awards the European Quality Award (EQA) to the most successful exponent of TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT (TQM) in Western Europe each year.
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Over 30'000 organisations use the EFQM Excellence Model.
The EFQM, established in 1991, recognises the role of companies and institutions that have achieved outstanding levels of sustainable excellence in all areas of the EFQM Excellence Model.
Equivalent to the Malcom Baldrige National Quality Award in the USA and the Deming Prize in Japan, the EFQM Excellence Model has been the backbone for government excellence awards around the world, including Abu Dhabi Excellence Award in Government Performance (ADEAP).
The EFQM Excellence Model developed by the European Foundation for Quality Management is conceived as a diagnostic tool to identify strengths and areas for improvement in comparison with "Excellence".
The European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM) was founded in 1989 and is committed to helping organisations to drive improved performance through the EFQM Excellence model, a comprehensive management framework used by over 30,000 organisations in Europe.
Higher Education Version 2003 Adapted from the EFQM Excellence Model 2003 Public and Voluntary Sector Version.
Implementing the EFQM excellence model in a local authority", Managerial Auditing Journal, Vol.
Corporate social responsibility and the EFQM excellence model as a frame work for integration of management systems in organizations
In The EFQM Excellence Model, these basic concepts are as follows:
The foundation set up a team of experts, from industry and academia, to develop the EFQM Excellence Model, a holistic framework than can be applied to any organization, regardless of size or sector.
the EFQM Excellence model (EFQM), positively influences business results (Qureshi et al.