What are the leading-edge, strategic, and competitiveness challenges that you are facing in your organization/industry (or seeing in the organizations with whom you work)?
What changes have there been to the long-standing drivers of success and sustainability?
For more than 30 years, organizational leaders have depended on the Baldrige Excellence Framework® to help them reach their goals, improve results, and become more competitive. To make sure that the framework always represents the leading edge of validated leadership and performance practice, we continually gather insights from role-model organizations, from thought leaders, and from studies of organizations and their CEOs to inform the evolution of the framework. We are now beginning to synthesize the findings and identify themes to incorporate into the 2023–2024 framework (expected to be published in January 2023).
To add to this this body of knowledge, we invite you to submit your answers to the questions above—or offer other specific, actionable suggestions for improving the Baldrige Framework and its Criteria for Performance Excellence®—to iday [at] nist.gov by May 23, 2022.
What will happen to all of this input?
Thank you in advance for your willingness to help us revise the Baldrige Excellence Framework. We look forward to receiving your suggestions and comments at iday [at] nist.gov.
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