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Someplace Between Your Past and Your Future

Posted by Dawn Marie Bailey In a recent Hospitals and Health Networks article, Dan Beckham writes, You can’t figure out where you’re headed unless you first determine where you are. And where you are is someplace between your past and … Continue reading

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Will Social Technologies Drive Business Model Innovation?

Posted by Harry Hertz, the Baldrige Cheermudgeon I recently read a McKinsey article on the evolution of social technology use by companies. The article was based on surveys of 2700 global executives spanning the years 2005 to 2015. The results … Continue reading

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First-of-Its-Kind Innovation Hub Envisions—and Prototypes—the Future of Health Care

Posted by Dawn Marie Bailey Where would you go in your organization if you had a really great idea? And what if you had access to a physical space where you could brainstorm with other staff members who might be part of … Continue reading

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Baldrige and the Significant Challenges Facing Public Schools

Posted by Dawn Marie Bailey Public schools across the country are facing significant challenges. Dr. Lisa Muller, assistant superintendent for Baldrige Award recipient Jenks Public Schools, says schools are dealing with an increase in student needs, while at the same time, … Continue reading

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How the Baldrige Framework Is Helping Rural U.S. Communities

By Christine Schaefer In preparing to share here how the Baldrige Excellence Framework is being used to support community vitality in a rural region of Missouri, I’ve been thinking of how quintessentially American the Communities of Excellence 2026 (COE 2026) … Continue reading

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