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Where Business Students Use the Baldrige Framework to Solve Real-World Problems

By Christine Schaefer When Tamieka Jameson graduated with her doctorate in business administration (DBA) recently, she also celebrated the completion of a consulting capstone in which she helped a nonprofit organization address a strategic challenge it was facing. Jameson used … Continue reading

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Baldrige Examiners as Ambassadors: Spotlight on Marlene Yanovsky

By Christine Schaefer Seasoned Baldrige examiners often act as vocal advocates—sometimes giving formal presentations as “Baldrige ambassadors”—for the Baldrige Program. Whether they work as management consultants or in wide-ranging professions within business, health care, education, or nonprofit organizations, Baldrige examiners … Continue reading

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Focus on the Baldrige Board of Overseers: Rulon Stacey

Posted by Dawn Marie Bailey Like other federal programs, the Baldrige Performance Excellence Program is overseen by an advisory committee whose members are appointed by a cabinet member of the Presidential administration; in our case, the U.S. Secretary of Commerce. By … Continue reading

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What’s Up with Patriotic Volunteers and Satisfied Employees?

By Christine Schaefer Did you know that a sense of patriotic duty has been shared by Baldrige examiners as a top reason they volunteer countless hours each summer to evaluate the performance of U.S. organizations applying for the Baldrige Award? What is … Continue reading

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Baldrige: Answering the Call for Competitiveness

Posted by Dawn Marie Bailey The U.S. Council on Competitiveness recently released its 30th annual report—self-described as a “clarion call” for the 45th president of the United States. The nonpartisan council is composed of corporate CEOs, university presidents, labor leaders, and national laboratory … Continue reading

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