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A Doctor Who Launched an Innovative Surgery Center during His Baldrige Fellowship

By Christine Schaefer Dr. Brett Simon’s learning experiences as a Baldrige Executive Fellow in the 2014–2015 cohort paralleled his on-the-job learning at the start of his leadership of a new, groundbreaking cancer treatment facility. In the following interview, he shares … Continue reading

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A Baldrige Fellow’s Plan to Make University Degrees More Valuable

By Christine Schaefer Dr. Timothy Mottet, provost at Northwest Missouri State University for the past three years, will begin serving as president of Colorado State University–Pueblo in July. For both universities, the capstone project Mottet developed as a 2016–2017 Baldrige … Continue reading

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Bringing a Systems Approach to U.S. Population Health

By Christine Schaefer “Our proposed framework would improve how we monitor and manage health for the U.S. population. Essentially, it translates the Baldrige framework to address U.S. population health.”                       … Continue reading

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Why I Love This Time of Year

Posted by Harry Hertz, the Baldrige Cheermudgeon All the flowering trees are budding and the flowering bulbs are coming alive. Living in the Washington, DC area, how can you not love the cherry blossom trees blooming? And they are just … Continue reading

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A Baldrige Fellow Engages Employees via a “Galactic Communication Strategy”

Posted by Christine Schaefer The following interview highlights how 2014 Baldrige Executive Fellow Steven J. Kravet, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.C.P., has drawn on cross-sector learning from leaders of Baldrige Award-winning organizations to advance his health care organization’s performance. As head of … Continue reading

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