3rd International Benchmarking Conference

Venue: Danubius Hotel Gellert

Location: Budapest, Hungary

Event Date/Time: Sep 03, 2008
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Are you innovation proactive or neutral? Most business leaders agree that in our increasingly competitive global economy organisations that are not creative and innovative or can not manage their innovations will not survive. Leaders recognise that investing heavily to make small incremental changes to products or processes is not the best way forward.

Real innovations come from looking for best practices outside an organisation’s sector, this is benchmarking. Benchmarking allows for a better understanding of an organisation’s relative position within its industry, provides information enabling both continuous and breakthrough improvement. Benchmarking can lead to quantum leaps in performance that otherwise might take years to achieve.

The Hungarian Association for Excellence and the GBN (Global Benchmarking Network) are happy to announce you the 3rd International Benchmarking Conference which will be held in Budapest. The speakers and participants of the conference will have the opportunity to exchange experience about how benchmarking has made organisations or professionals successful, how real innovations have come from looking for best practices outside an organisation’s sector.

Our speakers will be well known gurus, experts and practicing managers of benchmarking from all over the world as Dr Robert C. Camp, Principal of the Best Practice Institute USA, Dr Robin Mann, Centre for Organisational Excellece Research-Massey University in New Zealand, Dr.-Ing. Holger Kohl, Information Centre Benchmarking, IPK Germany, Terry Pilcher, BCS Management Services UK, Bruce Searles, Benchmarking Partnerships Australia, Fatma Ibrahim Belrehif, Government of Dubai, Nik Zainiah Nik Abdul Rahman, Malaysia Productivity Corporation, Ahmed Abbas, Bahrain Quality Society and representative of China Productivity Center Taiwan. You can meet in Budapest furthermore several EFQM partners and EEA winners: George Wilson from Centre for Competitiveness, UK Northern Ireland, Fernando Sierra Basque Foundation for Quality, Spain Basque Country and János Kovács, General Motors Powertrain-Hungary Ltd.

Join us, get direct access to best practices! Open your mind and learn about what has made other organisations successful.

For more information about programme, speakers and registration please visit our conference website at www.bestpracticeconference.com
or contact the EFQM national partner Hungarian Association for Excellence: info@kivalosag.hu