Brand Learning shortlisted in 2014 MPF Awards for Management Excellence
Brand Learning is delighted to be recognised in the prestigious 2014 MPF Awards for Management Excellence in association with The Harvard Business Review, The Financial Times and Google Enterprise. We have been shortlisted in the commerciality category for Best Provision of Corporate Know-How to Clients.
MPF created its annual Awards for Management Excellence in 2002 as a way for the management of professional firms of any size to directly demonstrate their contribution. The Awards involve formal assessment by independent management experts across five priority areas: leadership; collaboration; operational excellence; commerciality; and capabilities.
The Best Provision of Corporate Know-How to Clients category recognises organisations that excel in marshalling their corporate know-how such that it is always available to clients now and in the future. In this award submission, Brand Learning demonstrated evidence of our corporate know-how being expressed in a form understandable to client and delivery teams, and that our way of working not only aligns with our business goals and but also results in enthusiastic employees living our values. Finally, this achievement also recognises our proven ability to effectively drive commercial success and performance improvement for our clients.
At Brand Learning, we firmly believe that generating new thinking and thought leadership is only part of the puzzle: the complete picture comes from communicating it both internally and to clients in a way that engages, inspires and ensures that people believe, get and live this new thinking to effectively create behavior change. Andy Bird, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Brand Learning comments:
"At Brand Learning, our passion is to transform the marketing capabilities and commercial performance of people, teams and organisations around the world. Given this as our mission, we're delighted to be recognised by the MPF for the way we support our clients with world class know-how. As Brand Learning specialises in capability development, knowledge is our lifeblood; we thrive on our ability to generate and share expert thinking, both internally and with clients to help maximise their commercial success."