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What Do Science and Business Have in Common?

Posted by Harry Hertz, the Baldrige Cheermudgeon A recent article in the New York Times reported a sharp rise in the number of retractions of scientific papers in leading technical journals and called for reforms in the conduct and administration … Continue reading

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How to Survive and Thrive

Posted by Pamela Wong During our recent examiner training, Harry Hertz was asked a question: what is the single, most important factor for a high-performing organization? His response was unequivocal: leadership. In fact, item 1.1 (Senior Leadership) of the Baldrige Criteria scored … Continue reading

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My Weekend Trip to Rheinbach

Posted by Harry Hertz, the Baldrige Cheermudgeon OK, did I get your attention? Clinton wedding, paparazzi, partying all night. Well, that was Rhinebeck, New York, but my weekend was in 1972 at their sister city in Germany, Rheinbach. So, why am … Continue reading

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Business Schools’ Great Ethics Debate

  Posted by Harry Hertz, the Baldrige Cheermudgeon   Business Schools’ Great Ethics Debate is the title of an article in the most recent issue of US News and World Report. How can this possibly be a topic for debate? … Continue reading

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Baldrige Cheermudgeon…Huh?

Posted by Harry Hertz, The Baldrige Cheermudgeon  Okay, I will admit to being an unabashed cheerleader for the Baldrige Program and the benefits it has to offer the United States. I have also been accused of being an occasional curmudgeon, … Continue reading

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