Second Breaking into Baldrige Workshop is April 26, 2005
Breaking into Baldrige Workshop:
Award Criteria for Performance Excellence
April 26, 2005
- » Baldrige Award criteria, values, and scoring guidelines
- » Helpful tips and hints for applying the criteria for organizational assessment or applying for the Baldrige Award
- » The Baldrige Award is coming to the federal government in 2006, provided funding is approved
- » You can use the Baldrige Criteria without applying for the Award!
- » Criteria are the “gold standard” of management systems to reach and sustain organizational high performance.
- » You will learn from long-time Baldrige Award Examiners.
- » Baldrige Criteria align with the President's Management Agenda, the Program Assessment Rating Tool (PART), the Government Performance and Results Act, and the e-Government Act.
Tuesday, April 26, 2005
Registration and Continental Breakfast: 8 a.m.
Workshop: 8:30 a.m. – noon
Space is limited. Registration deadline is COB Tuesday, April 20, 2005.
For more information about Baldrige, contact Jay Fadgen at 703-532-8225 . For more information about registering, contact Pat Wood at email@example.com.
$150 each if you have more than one person from your agency.
The fee includes a continental breakfast and a Baldrige criteria notebook.
SPONSOR: Federal Consulting Group, Department of the Treasury
OPENING SPEAKER: Representative from the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award Program, National Institute of Standards and Technology
YOU: Federal executives, supervisors, program and project leaders who want to learn more about using the Baldrige Criteria to drive organizational improvement and performance success.
Federal Consulting Group, Department of the Treasury
1700 G Street, NW (corner of 17 th and G)
Washington , DC 20552
Metro Stops: Exit K St on Farragut North or exit 17 th St on Farragut West. From either stop, walk south to the corner of 17 th & G Sts. NW. You will be escorted from the reception desk to the conference room.
Named after the 26 th Secretary of Commerce, the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Program was established by law in 1987. Last October, President Bush signed into law legislation that would permit federal agencies to apply for the Baldrige Award for the first time in 2006. Managed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the Baldrige Program has been used for years in the public and private sectors to improve organizational effectiveness.