Category Archives: Health Care

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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Is Your Bench Ready? Six Reasons That It May Not Be

Posted by Dawn Marie Bailey Succession planning is a common topic that comes up in any Baldrige assessment, which explores an organization’s strengths and opportunities for improvement. The term “succession planning” shows up several times in the 2017–2018 Baldrige Excellence Framework as … Continue reading

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Why Not an Engaged, Family-Based Workforce to offer Exceptional Health Care?

Posted by Dawn Marie Bailey “Why not me . . . to be extraordinary?” asked Kendra LaCour-Ramey, director of medical staff services at Baldrige Award recipient Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital, during a recent Baldrige Quest for Excellence© Conference session. … Continue reading

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How Long-Term Care Center Grows Its Own Engagement

Posted by Dawn Marie Bailey By 2022, the Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that in the United States 19.4 percent more registered nurses (RNs) will be needed to fill vacancies to care for our population, including an increasingly aging population. … Continue reading

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To Invent Your Organization’s Future, Experiment, Question, Sometimes Fail     

Posted by Dawn Marie Bailey Create an innovation advantage for your organization by letting go of industrial-age principles, embracing imagination, and experimenting even if you might fail, said Polly LaBarre, co-founder and director of Management Lab (MLab) and co-founder of … Continue reading

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