Working with the Excellence Model – Critical Analysis


Order Description
A case will be given to you for critical analysis through answering the given question. A report of 2000 words (with introduction and conclusion)has to be written and maintaining the following criteria: (total mark is 20)
1- Content (15 marks): refers to the extent the key issues concerned, as depicted in the case, are identified; depth of analysis; usefulness of concepts, frameworks and principles in explaining the phenomena; and implications for quality managers.
2- Presentation(3 marks): is concerned with the systematic structure of the report, logical sequencing of ideas, appropriateness of referencing (Harvard system), and the physical layout of the paper
3- Originality (2marks) : is about the ability to generate own ideas from the case study and the synthesisation of established theories/concepts
Questions:
1. Why did the organization start the improvement journey?
2. What framework did they adopt for this journey?
3. What were the key practices that enabled and constrained the BE journey?
4. What would have constrained the journey?
5. Was the journey successful? And If yes, what made the journey successful?
use of the following references:
References
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