Britain's Most Admired Companies (BMAC)


BSI’s partnership with Management Today

BSI is delighted to be continuing our sponsorship of Management Today’s flagship awards programme, Britain’s Most Admired Companies (BMAC).

This partnership reflects the common thread between the renowned awards programme and our corporate ethos of helping customers embed excellence within their operations. 

2013 sees for the second year running - the BSI Award for Continual Excellence. This award acknowledges the business that is committed to driving excellence throughout its organization and has been recognized for doing this by their BMAC peers.


Britain’s Most Admired Companies: The 2013 winners

Top Awards:

Britain’s Most Admired Company – Diageo

Britain’s Most Admired Leader – Justin King, J Sainsbury plc

BSI Award for Continual Excellence – John Lewis Partnership

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BMAC 2013 video highlights


About the Awards

Management Today in partnership with BSI is looking to promote those companies for which excellence represents far more than a management buzzword - where the concept of surpassing ordinary standards for continual improvement is etched within the everyday life of the business, helping them evolve, innovate and deliver day after day. Now in its 23rd year, the BMAC awards offer a unique insight into the real factors behind corporate reputation and success. The winning companies are identified by peer review with the results officially and exclusively published by Management Today. 

The awards are a peer review of corporate reputation. Canvassing the opinions of 200 of the UK’s largest companies, they are the only awards of their type in the UK.


Britain’s Most Admired Companies: The 2012 Winners

Top Awards:

  • Britain’s Most Admired Company – Diageo
  • Britain’s Most Admired Leader – Martin Sorrell
  • BSI Award for Continual Excellence – Rolls Royce


BSI - helping businesses become admired

BSI knows from experience that the interpretation of excellence will depend on the individual organisation, but for each it will require the systematic use of best practice principles and tools, in many cases these are standards.

For many excellence will epitomise strong commercial performance; for some it will denote effective management and mitigation of business risk; for others it will involve delivering sustainable growth; for many a combination of the above.

Those who understand BSI know that standards deliver tangible business benefits. Driven by industry requirements and market need, and designed by consensus from experts in the field, standards provide the fundamental architecture for growth and innovation, propelling organisations forward through best practice approaches.

What BSI can do for you

Become excellent – let BSI help your business evolve, however much you understand or don’t about standards.

Whether you want to get involved in the development of standards; wish to purchase a standard or group of standards; want to learn how to get the most from standards; obtain independent assessment of your organization or product[s] to prove your compliance; or simply just need someone to talk to about standards; BSI can assist you on your journey to becoming one of Britain’s Most Admired Companies.


About Britain's Most Admired Companies

Past winners include:

2012 Diageo
2011 Berkeley Group
2010 Unilever
2009 BSkyB
2008 Diageo
2007 Marks & Spencer
2006 Tesco
2005 Tesco
2004 Cadbury Schweppes
2003 Tesco
2002 BP
2001 Shell Transport & Trading
2000 GlaxoSmithKline

Coverage of BMAC has appeared in:

The Daily Telegraph
Evening Standard
Financial Times
The Guardian
The Guardian Jobs & Money
The Times
Various regional press