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Performance management software with balanced scorecard for any type of organisation world-wide!
The purpose of business winner is:
- to provide a framework to improve organisation performance, continuously;
- to facilitate involved self-evaluation of an organisation's practice and performance;
- to enable senior teams to monitor, regularly, the performance of their key performance indictors;
- to facilitate self-evaluation against the criteria of the Investors in People and ISO 9001:2000 standards;
- to indicate the organisation's position against the EFQM Excellence Model and the Baldridge Award Framework.
business winner is used:
- by Chief Executives, senior teams and Performance Improvement / Quality Managers within any size of organisation, in private or public sectors in any country in the world;
- by consultants or business advisors whose role is to facilitate performance improvement in organisations;
- by performance improvement teams in large organisations who seek to facilitate the performance of organisations in their supply chain.
business winner was launched: as version 3.2 in 2001 with the upgrade version 3.3 being introduced in 2004
business winner's core framework:
- 80 quality statements, in either Business or Public Sector terminology, that reflect the practise of organisations that are successful;
- workbooks in either terminology to enable individuals to note, against the 80 quality statements, their perceptions of strengths, areas for improvement, supporting evidence and a rating.
business winner's software features:
- a Balanced Scorecard feature to manage key performance indicators with a KPI performance report;
- screens to record the consensus score for each quality statement with notes of strengths, areas for improvement and supporting evidence;
- bar chart screens to show the position against the 8 Concepts of Excellence and other themes;
- automated draft self-assessment reports in various formats;
- the position against the criteria of the Investors in People and ISO 9001:2000, each with an automated self-assessment report;
- the position against the criterion of the EFQM Excellence Model and the Baldridge Award Framework, each with an automated self-assessment report;
- 5 improvement action points for each quality statement and an action plan feature that sorts the action points to create overall plans or plans for quality standards, responsibilities or specific projects;
- many useful features to manipulate and output the data stored as a result of self-assessment;
- a comprehensive User Guide (pdf) and other help tools.
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