Benchmarking Partnerships

 

GBN
Benchmarking 2030 Questionnaire  for Organisations & Practitioners

The GBN is embarking on a project to look at the future for Benchmarking. We are seeking inputs from existing, past and potential GBN Members. This project will take into account new technologies and social networking opportunities as well as issues such as global financial crises, governance, political, social and environmental trends and changing natural characteristics.

This project will answer the following questions - What will Benchmarking look like in 2030 – and in between? What are the tools, methodologies and technologies that Benchmarkers can use now to help organisations and economies to improve their outcomes? The main outcome will be to report on results of a  Roundtable as part of the next GBN AGM and Annual Conference.

The project will investigate the use of benchmarking and the future use of benchmarking techniques: It will connect Benchmarking experts with people from politics, science and companies and discuss the use and future use of benchmarking (e.g. survey, roundtable discussion, delphi study). Key parties to the proposal are Bruce Searles, Benchmarking Partnerships (project leader), Dr Robin Mann, bpir.com and Dr Holger Kohl, Fraunhofer. These three people will be doing considerable desktop research and preparing for their presentations and facilitated discussions as part of Roundtables at the next GBN AGM and Annual Conference.

A major part of the project is this qualitative survey of selected Organisations and Benchmarking Practitioners about the future for benchmarking, including how benchmarking can influence the global megatrends.

It is intended that a report of the outcomes from this Project will be published by the GBN in 2011.

By completing this survey you will receive a free copy of the results.

We look forward to receiving your response to the survey.

Instructions

A: Reflect on these issues below when responding to the survey questions:

  • How will issues such as the global financial crises, governance, political, social and environmental trends impact on benchmarking?
  • What are the tools, methodologies and technologies that benchmarkers can use to help organizations, and economies to improve their outcomes?
  • How will new technologies and social networking shape the use of benchmarking?
  • Should benchmarking be more closely integrated with other quality tools, systems or strategies?
  • Will benchmarking become more or less prominent in tools like business excellence and knowledge management?
  • Will benchmarking become more or less popular? In which countries?
  • Which type of benchmarking will become most popular?
  • What would encourage more organisations to undertake benchmarking?
  • How can organisations obtain more value from benchmarking?
  • Will benchmarking be used differently in different sectors? e.g. private and public sector?
  • What skill-set will benchmarkers require in the future?
  • What should the GBN do in the future?

B: Don’t worry if you only complete one or two of the six questions – we still want to hear your views!

Your organisation:
Your country:
Your name: Your role:
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1. What do you see as the key Global Challenges / Megatrends over the next 20 years?

 
2. How can benchmarking support / influence the Global Challenges / Megatrends?
 
3. What would you like the future of benchmarking to be?
 
4 .What methods, tools and technologies do you think will be used for benchmarking in 5 years?
 
5. What methods, tools and technologies do you think will be used for benchmarking in 20 years?
 
6. Considering all of the above, do you have any views on the future roles and functions of the GBN (Is the GBN relevant for the future? Does benchmarking have a future? How will we look? How will we know?)?
 
Any other comments?
 

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