The Partnership for Excellence - SUCCESS STORY
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Mr. Alan Sattler, former President, ProMedica Flower Hospital, describes his organization's TPE journey and subsequent success. ProMedica Flower Hospital earned Ohio’s Governor's Award for exceeding standards established by the internationally-recognized Malcolm Baldrige Criteria. The award is based on performance excellence, innovation and visionary leadership in health care. ProMedica is a locally owned, nonprofit healthcare organization serving Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan.Read More
2023 Baldrige Quest for Exellence Conference
Join us at the 2023 Baldrige Fall Conference will be held on October 16-17th in Milwaukee, WI. Inspire! is created for teams of leaders and practitioners who are embracing performance excellence and continuous improvement. Official Conference of the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, brought to you by the Baldrige Performance Excellence Program at NIST.
Review the event website for more details.
TPE President Margot Hoffman, with her past experience as President of Quest4Leadership, brings a strong knowledge of strategy development and leading change. TPE is fortunate to have Ms. Hoffman lead our program in a position - that has been so well served by our past presidents.
For more information about Margot, read her bio, or review her profile on the staff page.
We Welcome Illinois to the TPE Communities.
We are pleased to share that The Partnership for Excellence (TPE) and the Illinois Manufacturing Excellence Center (IMEC) have reached an agreement for the Illinois Excellence Recognition Program to transfer from IMEC to TPE. The goal of the agreement is to provide the state’s Baldrige-based award recognition program the best opportunity for multi-sector success.
IMEC and TPE are working together to fully transition the Illinois Excellence Recognition Program to TPE by January 1, 2023. We are excited to have Illinois join The Partnership for Excellence and look forward to their engagement in the TPE community.