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OPI is an excellence model that generates a rating between 1 and 10, which sets a minimum score that an organisation must attain to remain competitive. The attainment of a minimum Organisation Performance Index ( OPI) demonstrates that organisations have applied an organisational strategy that drives effectiveness and competitiveness; failure to attain the minimum OPI demonstrates the organisation has not engaged the processes required to enable world class organisational performance.

The OPI Business Excellence Model exists to help organizations improve their performance and succeed in the competitive global marketplace. We are dedicated to improving African organizations regardless of sector, size or structure. The OPI was developed in response to feedback from organization participating in Company of the Year Award (COYA) 

OPI ( Organisational Performance Index)

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COYA AWARDS

The OPI Business Excellence Model exists to help organizations improve their performance and succeed in the competitive global marketplace. We are dedicated to improving African organizations regardless of sector, size or structure. The OPI was developed in response to feedback from organization participating in Company of the Year Award (COYA) 

OPI CHAMPIONS TRAINING 

The training is targeting teams of OPI Champions nominated by the participating companies.  This is the team that will spearhead the implementation of OPI in the organization. The three day programme is aimed at equipping OPI champions with the skills to enable them conduct self-assessment based on OPI framework. 

CORE CONCEPTS

These are widely recognized embedded beliefs and behaviors found in high performing organizations - They are the underlying principles for any organization to achieve sustainable excellence. The OPI model is used to assess how well the core values and concepts are integrated into an organizations systems and processes.

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