Knowledge Base

  • Bosch Blaichach - ROLE MODEL PRACTICES

    2 July 2018

    Bosch Blaichach's Role Model Practices regarding the EFQM Fundamental concept "Succeeding through the Talent of People"

  • Geriatrischen Gesundheitszentren der Stadt Graz (GGZ) - ROLE MODEL PRACTICES

    2 July 2018

    GGZ's Role Model Practices regarding the EFQM Fundamental concept "Succeeding through the Talent of People"

  • DEWA - Role Model Practices

    2 July 2018

    DEWA's Role Model Practices regarding the EFQM Fundamental concept "Succeeding through the Talent of People"


    23 May 2018

    Webinar 2: What are the critical leadership skills needed to support a culture of employee empowerment? 

  • EFQM Expert Webinar : Rozana Huq (Part 1)

    23 May 2018

    Webinar 1: What is Employee Empowerment and why is it important as an organisational strategy?

  • EFQM Good Practice - Objectivity

    Ready, Steady, Hire!

    8 March 2017

    Objectivity Bespoke Software Specialists Sp. z.o.o.

    Recognised for Excellence 5 Star - 2015

    We think about the people every time we want to implement a new idea – no matter if we think about the project development or a company life. We take care of our employees and try to bring more than a little happiness and fulfilment to their work at Objectivity. This process begins before people even start working for us. 

  • Communication

    16 January 2017

    Bosch Security Systems, S.A. - Portugal

    2016 EFQM Excellence Award - Finalist

    Different forms of communication are utilized for different purposes. These approaches are integrated in the several strategic deployment tools employed by the organization; e.g. face-to-face in daily management, SystemCIP, PointCIP, LeaderCIP to tackle strategic challenges and ways of working, the OK!Bosch magazine and information boards for general issues.

  • Job rotation

    28 November 2016

    Coca-Cola Içecek Supply Chain - Turkey

    2016 EFQM Excellence Award - Finalist

    CCI Turkey has a strong improvement culture resulting in a high number of suggestions through the CCIdea platform and strong people results for motivation and engagement. This approach for job rotation is also very strongly linked to the strategic management framework and the strategic pillar for people.  

  • Recognition Culture

    14 December 2015

    Robert Bosch, Rodez Plant

    2015 EFQM Excellence Prize Winner in Sustaining Outstanding Results and Developing Organisational Capability

    RzP “Recognition Culture “is a management approach that allows RzP to remain at a very high level of industrial competitiveness. The impact on performance is clearly visible for many years in the results of quality manufacturing and cost reduction, as well as in innovation and continuous improvement successes that have made RzP “lead plant” for some product lines. 

  • Everyday Hero Program

    14 December 2015

    Sanitas Hospitales 

    2015 EFQM Excellence Prize Winner in Succeeding through the Talent of People

    This best practise, the “Everyday Hero Program” is all about engaging staff with the values of the organisation which will in turn lead to delivering the strategic objectives. This program has enabled unprecedented levels of employee engagement, where each and every employee truly came across as having real belief in the company values and their impact on the company strategy. 

  • "Your View" Survey

    20 February 2015

    Siemens Congleton

    2014 EFQM Excellence Prize Winner in "Developing Organisational Capabilities" and "Leading with Vision, Inspiration and Integrity"

    The organisation has a number of feedback surveys used to generate improvements to people strategies, policies and plans. The Siemens Congleton “Your View” survey provides annual feedback on employee perceptions and shows sustained positive levels of performance over the last 5 years and positive comparison against targets and comparisons.

  • People’s development is one of the core aims of PGF

    17 February 2015

    Pompes Grundfos S.A.S.

    2014 EFQM Excellence Award Finalist

    People’s development is one of the core aims of PGF and this is one of the strategic challenges of PGF. PGF is using different tools which are aligned to each other, such as competences management, Leadership principles, Succession planning, Training plan, Employee Development Dialog, etc. to ensure that all employees can develop further.

  • People at the heart of the Company strategy

    16 February 2015

    Bosch Bari Plant

    2014 EFQM Excellence Award Winner

    People at BarP are and feel to be at the heart of the Company strategy. This leads to an impressive pride of being part of BarP and is actively sustained by a structured and comprehensive set of communication tools aimed at providing all associates with the news and information related to their job, the Plant , the environment of Bosch Group and that of the relevant stakeholders.

  • Development and learning from employees

    7 January 2014

    Alpenresort Schwarz - Austria

    2013 EFQM Award Winner and Prize Winner in "Adding Value for Customers" & "Succeeding through the Talent of People"

    There is a well-developed recruitment process and a thorough induction programme, aimed at ensuring that new employees are developed to fit with the resort ethos.

  • From people excellence for people

    4 November 2013

    Vamed-KMB - Austria

    2013 EFQM Prize Winner in "Succeeding through the Talent of People"

    “From people excellence for people” is at the core of the VAMED-KMB values and is synonymous with the skills, continuous education and talent of their people, being at the heart of VAMED-KMB’s current and future success.

  • Vamed-KMB, Austria - EFQM Prize Winner 2013

    23 October 2013

    EFQM Prize Winner in Succeeding through the Talent of People

    VAMED-KMB people dedicate their individual contributions, based on educational skills, knowledge, experience, talent and problem solving capability, as well as showing passion to allow Vienna General Hospital to operate and function in its daily business without interruptions and malfunctions.

  • "Think Yes"

    25 September 2013

    Glasgow Housing Association

    Glasgow Housing Association (GHA) is a Registered Social Landlord, a not-for-profit organisation, a limited liability company, and a registered charity. They provide services to almost 67,000 people across Glasgow, owning and managing 41,000 rented properties. Our leaders have set a clear direction through our vision of “Better homes, Better lives, a Better Glasgow.” Our customers matter to us - we want them to be happy with the services we provide. To build this trust and confidence with our people, we have created our “Think Yes” culture. “Think Yes” is reflected in everything we do from our leadership and management approach through to the ways in which we manage our policies and processes.

  • On the way to Enterprise 2.0 with Bosch Connect

    25 September 2013

    Robert Bosch GmbH - Germany

    The Bosch Group is a leading global technology and services company. Bosch already started some projects to allow the organisation a new way of working. Another project started in 2012 with the objective to transform the company into an Enterprise 2.0. For Bosch this means the use of Social Business software in the corporate culture to communicate, share knowledge and collaborate across local and organisational boundaries. This not only leads to a new way of working because of an IT-tool, but represents a cultural revolution for the whole organisation.

  • Live mobile and be socialised

    25 September 2013

    Bursagaz - Turkey

    Bursagaz, a natural gas distribution company located in Bursa, Turkey, provides natural gas distribution and customer services such as meter reading, contracting, subscription, gas activation, collection, supplies services for business and residential customer portfolio. Bursagaz has signed on the biggest mobile functionality project in the distribution market in Europe.

  • Involving Leaders in Management

    24 September 2013

    Mutualia - Spain

    Mutualia is one of 20 organisations currently authorised by the Spanish Ministry of Employment & Social Security to collaborate with the social security system in the management of work-related accidents and illness and financial benefits related to non-work related accidents or illness. The Lidera Project was launched not only to promote and extend the idea of more people becoming involved in the management of the organisation, but also to reach a consensus agreement with leaders on the leadership style to be adopted and as a forum for communication and generating opinion and ideas.