EFQM Good Practice Competition 2013

New Ways of Working
How to create a dynamic environment to support new ways of working?
The concept of ‘New Ways of Working’ has become synonymous with flexible working, virtual cooperation and even change management. Business cases for investments in new technology and business processes to enable flexible working tend to focus on cost reduction and increased productivity. But increasingly people are demanding greater flexibility in how, where and when they work - and this doesn't just apply to "digital natives".  Everyone is seeking to create a better work / life balance... we're looking for examples of how your organisation has responded! 
EFQM’s CEO, Mr. Marc Amblard comments: “Organisations must adapt to both generational and technological evolutions. These result in opportunities and risks. What are your new ways of working to maximise your people's engagement and your organisation's performance? This competition is a great way for you to value your experience and learn from others in the EFQM community."
This competition is one of the programmes EFQM uses to recognise leading organisations and share what works through our network. It is open to any organisation - Global or Local, Private or Public Sector, Large or Small, etc...
The EFQM Good Practice Competition 2013 is organised in association with the EUWIN Project.
Why enter?
Entering this competition will ensure international recognition. The winner(s) will present their Good Practice at the EFQM Forum, our annual Business Excellence conference attracting more than 350 global leaders, and share their experience with our entire network.
The winner will receive a year's membership of EFQM free of charge, including obviously all membership benefits. If you are already a member of our network, you will receive vouchers redeemable against a selection of EFQM's publications and training courses. The Winner(s) will also be invited to present their Good Practice to the EFQM Forum audience in Vienna in October.
About EFQM
EFQM is a global non-for-profit membership foundation based in Brussels, Belgium. With more than 500 members covering more than 55 countries and 50 industries, we provide a unique platform for organisations to learn from each other and improve performance.
EFQM is the custodian of the EFQM Excellence Model, a business model which is helping over 30,000 organisations around the globe to strive for Sustainable Excellence. EFQM Members share a common goal: the pursuit of excellence. The EFQM Excellence Model provides a common framework and language that facilitates the effective sharing of information between organisations; transcending sectorial, cultural and maturity barriers.
As part of this network you are able to engage with like-minded individuals and share experience on the development of innovative solutions that can help your organisation address some of its most important challenges.
For more information, please visit www.efqm.org.