Access to Excellence has a wealth of experience in organisational improvement, combining real pragmatic experience and depth understanding of underlying principles. Please browse for information on applying continuous improvement to personal and organisational change.
“Ideas cause ideas and help evolve new ideas. They interact with each other and with other mental forces in the same brain, in neighboring brains, and thanks to global communication, in far distant, foreign brains.”
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Iran Inspired; quotations and drawings inspired by a trip to explore Iran.
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Access to Excellence
excellence. (‘ekselens) n. 1. the state or quality of excelling or being exceptionally good; extreme merit. 2. an action, feature, etc., in which a person excels. - ‘excellent adj. -’excellently adv.
Business Excellence (‘biznis ekselens) n. 1. A structured and systematic approach to enable organisations, whether public or private sector, to achieve excellence. 2. the organisational achievement of exceptional results 3. an organisational culture and mindset to deliver excellence.
Access to Excellence (‘aekses tu ekselens) n 1. Committed to helping organisations access and exploit their potential for excellence. 2. Providing insights into effective improvement based on real experience and fundamental understanding. 3. Removing the apparent complexity of change, to reveal and exploit the simple underlying principles.
Access to Excellence provides consultancy and support to organisations in the use of the principles of excellence to deliver improved organisational performance. It is also active in the development of Business Excellence thinking and its exploitation for organisational benefit.
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