SHARING THE OUTCOMES OF THE EFQM COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE 2017

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SHARING THE OUTCOMES OF THE EFQM COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE 2017 - IMPACT OF THE MEGATRENDS ON LEADERSHIP, ORGANISATIONAL CULTURE AND EXCELLENCE

8 June 2018

LOCATION: GC Europe, Leuven, Belgium

In June 2017, EFQM launched the new cycle of the EFQM Communities of Practice (CoP) giving the opportunity to EFQM Members to share their experience with others on a specific topic and use this learning to generate new and innovative approaches that may be of benefit to the wider community. The CoPs 2017 were dedicated to the following topics:

  • CoP 1: The Future of the EFQM Excellence Model
  • CoP 2: How to develop the Organisational Culture to achieve excellent results
  • CoP 3: Role Models of leaders in excellent organisations.

The Megatrends have been the common point of all three CoPs 2017 as all CoP teams have recognised the importance of the global shifts and changes in the external environment of the businesses on their ability to build a sustainable future. Therefore, we have decided that the Impact of the Megatrends on Leadership, Organisational Culture and Excellence, would be the theme we will dedicate this event to.

During this event, apart from sharing the outcomes of the EFQM CoPs 2017, we will also try to answer the following questions:

  • What are the current main challenges within the area of Leadership, Culture and Agility that pose the biggest challenges for organisations today and in the near future?
  • What are the main aspects in those areas organisations should focus on next to address these challenges?

This event creates an opportunity for EFQM Members and Members of our National Partners to learn about the work and the output of the EFQM CoPs 2017. All members from our Partners are welcome !

 

You can find below video interviews from some of our CoP participants

Carola Menzer - CoP participant 

 

Matthew Byrom - CoP participant

 

Chris Metaxopoulos - CoP participant

 

 

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