You may recall that when we launched the Model 2010, we promised to review it on a three year cycle, to ensure it continues to reflect the reality of the world we work in. Since then, we have been following a structured process to gain feedback from as many stakeholders as possible. Based on this, and incorporating the experiences gathered over 1600 assessments against the Model 2010, we have decided to refine the Excellence Model and define a 2013 version.
“It’s an evolution, not a revolution,” declares Chief Operating Officer and project leader, Matt Fisher. “It is important for economic recovery that organisations and their leaders take responsibility and drive transformation, focusing on sustainability, future talent and taking a more strategic approach towards risk management. These are just a few examples of components that will receive more attention in our 2013 Model version. We will also simplify our management framework, making it easier for people to understand and implement.”
The updated EFQM Excellence Model 2013 will be launched at the EFQM Forum in Brussels on 10th October. The launch will be supported by EFQM and our network of Partners. For more information, please download the Q&A file or contact us.