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. 

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES OF OPI TRAINING

The training is specifically designed to:

1. Familiarize the participants with the OPI tool and the scoring guidelines which will build internal capacity for self-assessment culminating into implementation of business excellence model within the organisation

2. Introduce the participants to Quality Management tools, approaches, processes and systems thinking

3. Enhance the  participants understanding of the seven (7) determinants of the OPI process 

4. Equip participants with tools and insight to influence the development of their sectors and industries

5. Provide a forum to share proven and best management practices and standards

TRAINING OUTCOMES

At the end of the training, participants will be able to:

• Apply the OPI tool in carrying out the self-assessment exercise for organisation

• Appreciate the various frameworks and models of quality management

• Do gap analysis between their processes and results based on global standards within their respective industries.

• Drive continuous improvement within their organizations and to sharpen their competitive edge at the most cost effective way

• Analyze their organization’s productivity rigorously and build relevant and targeted business strategies for the future

SOME OF THE ORGANIZATIONS THAT HAVE GONE THROUGH THE COYA/OPI PROCESS

Public sector 

Kenya National Commission on Human Rights

Kenya National Oil Corporation

Kenya Pipeline Company

Kenyatta International Conference Centre

National Bank of Kenya

CPF Financial Service

LAPFUND

Kenya Post Office Savings Bank

Kenya meat commission

Kenya Forest Service

Tourism Fund

National Council for Law Reporting

Kenya Wildlife Services

Kenya Literature Bureau

Kenya Power

Private Sector

Jubilee Insurance

Nestle Kenya

Kenya Airways Ltd

Davis and Shirtliff

Nairobi Bottlers Limited

Blowplast Kenya Limited

Bamburi Cement

Barclays Bank

Britam

Jetlink Express

FINA Bank

Githunguri Dairy Cooperative

KCB

Kenya Data Networks

Circuit Business Systems

Mabati Rolling Mills

Crown Paints (K) Ltd

Kenya Petroleum Oil Refineries

East Africa Portland Cement

Mumias Sugar

Mitchell Cotts

Family Bank

St. John’s Ambulance

Signon Freight Limited

Access Kenya

Bidco Oil Refineries

Craft Silcon Limited

African Banking Corporation

Pan Africa Life Insurance

Toyota Kenya

Nation Media Group

Gertrude’s Hospital

CIC Insurance Ltd

KENCALL

Nairobi Hospital

Safari Park Hotel

Scan Group

Thermopak

Bamburi Cement

BOC Gases Kenya Limited

Nairobi Hospital

ICDC

Magnate Ventures

UAP Insurance

ICEA Lion Insurance

ICEA Life

Optiven Kenya Ltd

Kenya Orient Insurance

VIVEK Kenya

Panafrical Paper Mills

Sintel Security Print

CFC Life

Lean Energy Solutions

Taifa Sacco

Capital Sacco

Pewin Cabs

Cube Movers Ltd

Metropolitan Hospital

LVCT

Signature Healthcare Ltd


OPI ( Organisational Performance Index)

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P. O. Box 43706, 00100 Nairobi
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