2nd Global Benchmarking and Best Practice Awards

November 9, 2013 by ahmed

KHDA team the Benchmarking Award winner

with GBN members

Immigration & Checkpoints Authority team receives

the Best Practice Competition Award

 

The 2nd International Best Practice Competition and GBN’s 2nd Global Benchmarking Award were held at the Business Excellence Global Conference in October, Singapore.

2nd Global Benchmarking Award:
Entrants to the Best Practice Competition may also enter the Global Benchmarking Network’s Global Benchmarking Award. This requires organisations to share a best practice and describe how benchmarking (comparing and learning from others) is an integral part of their organisation’s improvement and innovation drive. The GBN’s Global Benchmarking Award was designed by Benchmarking Partnerships (Australia), BestPrax Club (India) and COER (New Zealand) on behalf of the GBN. It was first trialed in India in 2010.

Winner:

  • Our Benchmarking Approach, Dr. Wafi Dawood, Chief of Strategy and Excellence, Knowledge and Human Development Authority, United Arab Emirates.

Runners up:

  • Our Benchmarking Approach, Nabiollah Farahmand, Chief of OSM, Mobarakeh Steel Company, Iran.
  • Our Benchmarking Approach, Ku Yuen Wah, Head – Process and Service Innovation, OCBC Bank, Singapore.

2nd International Best Practice Competition
The Best Practice Competition encourages organizations to share their best operational and managerial practices, processes, systems, and initiatives and learn from the experience of others. It provides an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of individuals and teams that have been responsible for creating and/or managing the introduction and deployment of best practices. The Best Practice Competition has been designed by the Centre for Organisational Excellence Research (COER), the developers of the Business Performance Improvement Resource, and is aligned to the Global Benchmarking Award (administered by the Global Benchmarking Network–knowledge experts in benchmarking and best practices).

Winner:

  • ICA’s 3M Service Principle (Multiple Channels, Minimum Visits, Many Benefits Approach), Tan Kok Guan, Director -Citizen Services & Kong Yong Sin, 2 Deputy Head – Passport – Designate, Immigration & Checkpoints Authority, Singapore.

Runners up:

  • UOB Mobile Cash – Singapore’s First Cardless Cash Withdrawal, Gilbert Chuah, Executive Director, United Overseas Bank Limited, Singapore.
  • Training in the Private Security Industry, Peter D’Arcy, CEO, National Training Institute, Ministry of Interior, United Arab Emirates.
  • Smile to Excellence, B.G.Shenoy, Director & Rajiv Vasudeva, Country Director & Silvia Shoba Vincent, Senior Executive, Global Indian International School, Singapore.
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