excellence culture

excellence culture

the elements of a firm's CULTURE which are likely to make it successful. Peter's and Waterman's study of successful American companies led them to identify eight key attributes of excellence: a bias for action; customer orientation; emphasis on staff participation; autonomy and entrepreneurship through staff creativity; management aligned with staff; staying close to the firm's core activities ("sticking to the knitting"); simple organizational structure with few levels of management; local management autonomy, combined with working together towards corporate goals ("loose-tight").
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As MDARD director, Clover Adams created the Food and Agriculture Investment Fund, repealed 44 percent of the departments antiquated rules, significantly improved customer service, created a performance excellence culture, and, most recently, took a key leadership role in addressing environmental stewardship in the Western Lake Erie Basin area.
He advised that it is important to adopt the bases of excellence culture as the main source for sustainability, with leaders who create the values and principles of work as guides in addition to the principle of flexibility to enable the correction of errors.
Going forward, we look to further strengthen our engagement with all stakeholders to drive a sustainable quality excellence culture in Alfardan Properties," concluded Sleiman.
The Excellence Culture Spreading Team affirmed its commitment to adopt purposeful proposals aimed at motivating police staff members to achieve excellence in their work, as part of its Ramadan Council held under the title "Excellence Bites in Ramadan" at the Hilton Hotel Abu Dhabi.
It was arranged by the Brands Foundation in collaboration with FPCCI and Intellectual Property Organisation (IPO) of the Federal Government to create awareness among the business community and promote brands and excellence culture in the country.
The workshop, attended by SLRB senior officials, is in line with the directives of SLRB Head Shaikh Salman bin Abdulla bin Hamad Al Khalifa to be fully committed to the Bahrain Excellence Programme in order the highest performance levels and promote excellence culture.
Summary: DUBAI - The Dubai Government Excellence Programme (DGEP) recently held a workshop for the employees of the Department of Finance to familiarise them with the requirements for achieving government excellence and the role of the programme in cultivating a deep-rooted excellence culture in the government.
LRA will also conduct an employee engagement study in order to help Vintage Senior Living further align its employees with their Service Excellence culture.
He added that the Ministry is committed to enhancing public awareness on the excellence culture among all the departments, and is using the latest technologies to drive this objective.
The 15 EFQM assessors are also part of 'Al Nawayef', which is an internal team made up from different parts of the DMA, and who are working together to implement the EFQM standards and spread the business excellence culture across the organisation.
Paul Maher, managing director of Siemens Metering Services, which is based in Wollaton, Nottingham, and is the UK's leading independent provider of utility metering services, said: "Winning tonight is a credit to all our staff who have fully supported and embraced the excellence culture.
Rome wasn't built in a day, and it will take time to get our service excellence culture absolutely right.