BRUSSELS, February 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
EFQM announces Good Practice Competition "New Ways of Working".
A lot of organisations talk about it and even more employees dream about! People are demanding greater flexibility in how, where and when they work to create a better work/life balance. But how are organisations responding to the challenge of developing 'New Ways of Working'? The EFQM Good Practice Competition is designed to recognise leading organisations in this area and share what works through our network. It is open to any organisation - Global or Local, Private or Public Sector, Large or Small...
Entering this competition is easy. All you have to do is upload a video onto our website in which your organisation shows their new ways of working. If the jury and public defines you as the winner, your organisation will represent its Good Practice at the EFQM Forum, a prestigious networking and sharing event attracting more than 350 senior managers, subject experts and executives at Vienna, Austria in October 2013.
For more information about the details of the competition and to upload the video, visit our website http://www.efqm.org. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions on email@example.com or call us on +32-(0)2775-35-11.
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.
EFQM, a not-for-profit Foundation, nurtures a network of 500 Members, comprising private and public organisations of every size and sector, many active around the world. Our members share a common goal; the pursuit of excellence. The EFQM Excellence Model, a management framework used by over 30 000 organizations in Europe provides a common framework and language that facilitates the effective sharing of information between organisations; transcending sectorial, cultural and maturity barriers. (http://www.efqm.org)
For further information please contact: Matthieu Bille, Project Manager Market Research, Tel: +32-2-775-3514, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org