Best Practice Institute Announces its 2016 Best Practice Awards Winners
PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL – December 5, 2016 — Best Practice Institute is announcing its 2016 Best Practice Awards winners. The Best Practice Awards acknowledge innovators, practitioners, executives, CEOs and consultants who have made a significant positive impact on their organizations and on modern leadership and management principles and practices.
The 2016 winner:
Best Practices CEO Award
Peter Louch, Vemo
Louch is the CEO of Vemo, which offers workforce planning, workforce analytics, predictive analytic services, and implementation consultation to ensure effective and sustainable programs. Key to this work is Vemo’s technology; its state-of-the-art workforce planning software is cloud-based so clients can access, manage, and share easily.
Louch ensures that each client gets what they specifically need to reach the highest impact. Under his leadership, Vemo has successfully implemented dozens of enterprise workforce planning and analytics programs.
“We want to help them be ahead of talent needs,” Louch said, adding that companies never want to have too much talent too soon, or not enough talent when they need them the most. Achieving that balance can be tricky, which is why Louch and his team at Vemo go about it in a customized way.
Best Practice Institute wants to congratulate its award winners. BPI is a leadership and management association focusing on best and innovative business practices. BPI has more than 42,000 subscribers, from managers to senior and C-level talent, HR, and HR Tech executives, including corporate and individual members on five continents and executives and employees of more than half of the Fortune 500. Best Practice Awards are judged by C-Level, Fortune 1000 talent executives.
BPI began honoring exceptional business leaders in 2006. The Best Practice Awards have become among the most coveted awards in management, leadership development and cutting-edge HR Technologies.
“These winners embody the BPI spirit of learning, collaborating, and pioneering,” said Louis Carter, BPI founder and CEO. “They are prime examples of where business is going—they are the innovators, the creators, the forward thinkers.”
Several past winners have gone on to join BPI’s Senior Executive Board including MasterCard’s Chief Talent Officer David Deacon, Humana’s VP of Talent & OD Roger Cude, and KeyBank’s Chief Talent Officer, Brian Fishel, among others. BPI’s Senior Executive Board is an exclusive benchmarking consortium for heads of talent to share with and learn from each other the best and next practices in talent management, leadership development and organization development.
100s of CEOs have received BPI’s CEO Award including Dow Chemical Company CEO Andrew Liveris, former Genentech CEO and current Apple Chairman Arthur Levinson, Xerox CEO Anne Mulcahy, FedEx CEO Fred Smith and others.