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A Systems Perspective to Leadership and Strategy

Posted by Harry Hertz, the Baldrige Cheermudgeon I recently read a summary of an interview with Wharton Professors Harbir Singh and Mike Useem. The interview relates to their new book, The strategic leaders roadmap. In the book they contend that … Continue reading

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Ten Blogs about Innovation (and the Baldrige Excellence Framework)

By Christine Schaefer Given that managing for innovation is a core concept and value of the Baldrige Excellence Framework, today I’ve aggregated ten of the most popular blogs Baldrige staff members have written in recent years about this concept. Following is … 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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The Great Promise of the Baldrige Framework for U.S. Government

By Christine Schaefer A colleague and I were recently invited to speak to a group of mid- to senior-level professionals from various federal agencies based in Washington, D.C. A key aim of our presentation would be to convey the value … Continue reading

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The Baldrige Approach to Innovation

Posted by Harry Hertz, the Baldrige Cheermudgeon The Baldrige Excellence Framework, as a systems perspective, has taken a holistic approach to the important topic of innovation. This perspective comprises a Core Value and Concept, Managing for Innovation, and numerous considerations … Continue reading

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