Did you know ASQ members have exclusive access to hundreds of benchmarking studies, as well as opportunities to participate in new projects that are underway?
We’ve partnered with the American Productivity & Quality Center (APQC) to bring members access to a collection of benchmarking reports and metrics. APQC is the authority in benchmarking, best practices, process and performance improvement, and knowledge management.
ASQ members can access articles at any time. Simply log in with your member ID and password to access data from organizations in a variety of industries. Each study also includes case studies on individual organizations.
Benchmarking the Global State of Quality
ASQ partnered with APQC to collect and study data on the global state of quality. The goal was to provide an initial view and regular updates to help organizations compare quality and continuous improvement advancements to each other, their regions, and their economic sectors.
In 2016, ASQ and APQC conducted the second iteration of the Global State of Quality Research. It provides an analysis of almost 1,700 organizations and addresses topics including customer influence, industry standards trends, training systems, and governance standards. Download the global state of quality reports and learn more today.
Benchmarking & Metrics Reports Available for ASQ Members
Below is a sampling of reports available to ASQ members. Use the advanced search to find more benchmarking studies by topic. See the full list of search results for all benchmarking and metrics documents. You can also refine your search and narrow your results by keyword and topic.
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Featured Benchmarking Reports
Today’s project and process management professionals need a bigger, better, and more flexible toolkit to keep up with the pace of change. And executives need a basic understanding of newer project management methodologies, so they can empower project teams to deploy them.
Supply chain risks—which can range from supplier health to geopolitical conflict to piracy and armed robbery on the roads—pose a financial and reputational threat to organizations and even to national governments. In an increasingly interconnected world, it is more important than ever to quantify and assess risk with a comprehensive view of the supply chain and take steps to mitigate risks where possible.
This research report uncovers trends among best-practice project management offices. Learn about thirteen best practices in four main areas: strategy, practices, technology and automation, and measures and reporting.