September 8, 2016
Chicago/Oak Brook, IL
September 22, 2016
Crowne Plaza Dallas Galleria-Addison
ENGAGE WITH BALDRIGE AWARD RECIPIENTS
Attend and engage with current and former Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award recipients and take part in:
- An in-depth plenary session featuring the senior executives of the 2015 recipients - MidwayUSA, Charter School of San Diego, Charleston Area Medical Center Health System, and Mid-America Transplant. Gain insights on world-class leadership.
- More than 15 management sessions to choose from. Learn real-world best practices, hear how the Baldrige Award recipients address issues affecting today's managers and leaders, and engage in the discussion.
- Numerous opportunities to network with the Baldrige Award recipients and leading practitioners who use the Baldrige Excellence Framework on a daily basis to improve their organizations.
Who Should Attend
Who Should Attend: CEOs, senior managers; education, health care, and government/nonprofit leaders and professionals; directors of staff functions; heads of operating units; and quality/performance improvement practitioners.
Co-sponsored by the Baldrige Performance Excellence Program, The Foundation for the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, Illinois Performance Excellence, Quality Texas, and the Alliance for Performance Excellence.
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What Author Jim Collins Is Saying
powerful set of mechanisms
Jim Collins, author of Good to Great:
Why Some Companies Make the Leap ...and Others Don’t
I see the Baldrige process as a powerful set of mechanisms for disciplined people engaged in disciplined thought and taking disciplined action to create great organizations that produce exceptional results.
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