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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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The “Great Value” of the Baldrige Framework to a University

By Christine Schaefer The University of Wisconsin–Stout earned the first Baldrige Award in higher education in 2001. Dr. Meridith Drzakowski worked at the state university that year as an institutional planner. Today she is the assistant chancellor for planning, assessment, … Continue reading

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A University That Uses Baldrige Approaches to Excel

Posted by Christine Schaefer Fourteen years ago, the University of Wisconsin–Stout became the first (and to date, only) four-year university to receive the nation’s Baldrige Award. Using the Education Criteria for Performance Excellence as a framework to build and align … Continue reading

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