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Higher Education, It’s Time to Refresh Your Understanding of Baldrige

Posted by Dawn Marie Bailey Much has been discussed about the value of tomorrow’s leaders learning about the Baldrige Criteria for Performance Excellence while still in school. As an example, I remember listening to a presentation by Bruce Kintz, president of … Continue reading

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Where Being Small Supports a Strong Customer Focus

Posted by Christine Schaefer The community of the Baldrige Award-winning Pewaukee School District (located 21 miles outside Milwaukee, Wisconsin) dates to the 19th century. In that era, a pioneering settler from Vermont named Asa Clark taught school in his house. … Continue reading

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2013 Award Winner: The “Little Engine That Could” Is Now a National Role Model

Posted by Christine Schaefer In education, as in other sectors, being a small organization is not an impediment to winning a Baldrige Award. With fewer than 3,000 students and 300 staff members, Pewaukee (Wisconsin) School District provides the latest example … Continue reading

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The Secret to Reducing High School Dropouts

Posted by Pamela Wong Everyone agrees that we can’t have 1.3 million U.S. high school students dropping out every year—almost one in three. This week, the America’s Promise Alliance and its partners are sponsoring here in Washington, D.C., the Building … Continue reading

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