Research & Network to Improve Processes in 2008

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CHAPEL HILL, N.C., Nov. 7 Innovation, integration andimplementation top the list of interests among 2007's mix of qualityexecutives in the Best Practices, LLC's Global Benchmarking Council( From executive-driven research studiesand collaborative participation in surveys to networking events, roundtablediscussions and information exchange teleconferences, proactive qualityexecutives shared ideas and insights that helped them succeed this year.

As the year comes to a close, invest in the Global Benchmarking Council toensure your seat at the table for 2008. Quality and process excellenceexecutives in the Global Benchmarking Council use this customized research andnetworking service not only to take advantage of the services for their owndepartments, but to serve as a broker for the rest of the company for theGlobal Benchmarking Council's five forms of insight, service and assistance:

Download a complimentary benchmarking presentation "Managing WorkforceIssues during a Flu-Like Pandemic" at view an example of targeted research that a GBC member in performancemeasurement farmed out to benefit an internal group. This presentation is anexample of research the GBC could conduct for you on a current or futureburning issue at your organization.

Contact Bridget Watson at 919.767.9238 to learn more about the GlobalBenchmarking Council, its membership benefits and client success stories.Prepare lessen your workload and become a thought leader through access tomultiple business and information resources.

BEST PRACTICES, LLC is a research and consulting firm that conducts workbased on the principle that organizations can chart a course to superioreconomic performance by studying the best business practices, operatingtactics, and winning strategies of world-class companies. For moreinformation, call (919) 403-0251 or visit Group research to enable informed decision-making -- Custom research to support key priorities -- Access to existing $35 million in research via the Best Practice Database to enlighten day-to-day leadership -- Access to group knowledge exchanges -- Thought leadership support via quarterly meetings

SOURCE Best Practices, LLC


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