OEF 1000A - Organizational Excellence Framework
Provides an overview of the research validating excellence models and the Organizational Excellence Framework publication. Participants will self-assess their organization against the Framework and prepare an action-oriented plan to address gaps.
This course is a pre-requisite for the Train-the-Trainer program and ROES and COES designations.
Attend this workshop to learn about the principles and best management practices of high performing organizations, self-assess your organization and prepare an improvement plan to address gaps.
Foundational to this workshop is the Organizational Excellence Framework (OEF) publication that integrates leading global excellence models and provide implementation guidelines for the user.
Research over the past 20 years has shown that organizations implementing excellence models significantly outperform their industry counterparts. Organizations that have received national recognition for implementing an excellence model have experienced exceptional results , good governance, trust in leadership, customer delight, employee engagement, continually improving work processes, strong supplier and partner relationships, better utilization of resources, balanced system of measurement, and financial results.
The OEF 1000A - Organizational Excellence Framework provides participants with:
- An overview of research that validates the positive relationship between excellence models and organizational performance
- An overview of the OEF
- An understanding of how the OEF can be applied to any size or type of organization
- An opportunity to apply the automated assessment & reporting tool and generate an improvement plan for an organization
- Excellence Frameworks & Organizational Performance
- Organizational Excellence Framework
- Improvement Plan
This course takes approximately 420 minutes to complete
A passing grade of 100% or higher required. Up to 3 attempts are provided.
A certificate will be provided upon the successful completion of this course