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Documents

EBCs' Terms & Conditions version 1.1

Terms & Conditions for benchmarking- and improvement services provided by Stichting EBC Foundation. Version 1.1 published 13.02.2018

2018-02-14 / Public documents / 5 pages / 318 kB

IB2016 Public Report

Public report of the IB2016 International Benchmarking exercise for Western Europe

2018-02-15 / Public documents / 46 pages / 6454 kB

IB2017 Call to Register

This document contains background information about the International Benchmarking Exercise 2018 (IB2017 - Western European programme) and the registration procedure.

2018-02-15 / Public documents / 1 page / 1801 kB

IB2016 - Agenda & Invitation: Orientation & Training workshop

On 4 April 2017, prior to the start of the IB2016 benchmarking exercise for the Western European programme, EBC Foundation organises an Orientation & Training workshop in Copenhagen, Denmark. This optional workshop aims to explain the EBC – programme, the benchmarking process and –methodology. Furthermore it addresses how to assure a good data quality and it will explain the benchmarking platform that is used for data submission. Also, there is time for individual consultation, for instance to discuss issues at your utility that need special attention. The workshop is free of charge though travel and accommodation costs need to be covered by the participants themselves.

2017-03-01 / Public documents / 1 page / 493 kB

EFQM Code of Conduct

Benchmarking – the process of identifying and learning from Good Practices in other organisations – is a powerful tool in the quest for continuous improvement and performance breakthroughs. The authors and sponsors have produced this European Code of Conduct to guide Benchmarking encounters and to advance the professionalism and effectiveness of Benchmarking in Europe. It is based upon the Code of Conduct used by APQC and the wording has been modified to take into account the requirements of competition law. The layout and presentation have also been modified to provide a more positive chronological approach. Adherence to this Code will contribute to efficient, effective and ethical Benchmarking.

2009-03-15 / Public documents / 4 pages / 113 kB