Baldridge Rapid Action Intensive
Accelerate Excellence

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INDUSTRY

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HEALTHCARE

HEALTHCARE

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HEALTHCARE

EDUCATION

We are now organizing our "nuts and bolts" team with associated workgroups focused on the Baldrige Quality Criteria. Our customer group has already begun our approach to use of social media, now in early deployment I would highly recommend this offering to anyone seeking Baldrige or even considering a journey to excellence.
Eileen Branscome Chief Operations Officer, Mason General Hospital

 

 Accelerating the Journey

With the assistance of expert facilitators and the visual communication tools of story boarding and mind mapping, the Rapid Action Intensive will jump start your journey toward excellence. Along the way your team will learn the basic structure of the Baldridge framework, self-identify opportunities for improvement, strengths to be celebrated, and learn the comprehensive approach to excellence that Baldridge provides. It is hands on experiential learning as well as action oriented. You will come away with action items designed for excellence. You will also have the basic structure of a Baldridge application completed.

Visual Learning - Story Boarding & Mind Mapping

You will “see” your strengths and opportunities for improvement. Instead of relying on interviews and note taking, this approach will create a visual road map toward excellence.

What Others Are Saying

What Others Are Saying"I had the opportunity to observe a series of facilitated exercises conducted by Performance Excellence Northwest. Their unique leadership approach assisted our staff in developing the framework and refining our Baldrige values as we started drafting our first Baldrige application. Their Baldrige Rapid Access approach not only accelerated our application process but improved the quality of that application. I can personally recommend this organization."
Scott Hilburn, President Board of Commissioners, Mason General Hospital.