Mumbai, June 21 (ANI/Business Wire India): After bagging the Deming Quality Control Award 2007, RIL's Hazira division has won the highest recognition of five STARS rating given to a non European Organization by the European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM) Forum, Brussels - the Mecca for Business Excellence in Europe under the aegis of GEMS (Global Excellence Model Council)
A five member assessment team drawn from Germany, Belgium, Slovenia, UK and France who visited Hazira submitted their consensus assessment report to EFQM's high level jury comprising of CEOs of prominent European Businesses and European Government Leaders for final moderations and declaration of achievements.
By this endeavor, HAZIRA brings India and East Asia on the map of Countries / Organizations that have won laurels at EFQM Forum in the very first attempt.
Reaching the five STARS level of EFQM Recognition for Business Excellence exemplifies long term dedication towards excellence and improvement.
RIL fully understood and deployed principles of business, management excellence embedding use of EFQM Business Excellence Model into achievement of strategic plans and business goals which were the core focus of Chairman Mukesh Ambani for enhancing shareholder value.
This is propelled by fundamental excellence concepts of constancy of purpose, management by processes and facts and customer focus by involvement of all stakeholders.
Previous winners of this recognition include Global Conglomerates of the likes of BMW , SIEMENS , BAYER, COCONOPHILLIPS , FIAT , FUJITSU , IBM , KPMG , NOKIA , REUTERS , RENAULTS , ROCKWELL , RICOH , TNT EXPRESS , UNILEVER , XEROX and many more.
EFQM was constituted in 1989 as a not - for - profit membership foundation, to act as a hub of globally minded organizations of all sizes and sectors, both private and public in Europe having inherent belief in the principles of Sustainable Excellence and the passion to surge ahead in their market and in their Business.
Today it comprises more than 1000 member organizations from 55 countries of varying sizes including the world's most successful and influential brands.