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Title: The Baldrige Model of Performance Excellence


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The Baldrige Model of Performance Excellence
  • A framework for continuous improvement

2
Baldrige Update
  • (7/12/04) Part I Introduction to Baldrige
  • (7/26/04) Part II Baldrige in the Classroom
  • (8/16/04) Part III Baldrige and the Board
  • (8/22/05) Part IV Baldrige and the Strategic
    Plan (Review of the Criteria)
  • (9/12/05) Part V Continuous Improvement
    Strategic Outcomes Direction
  • (9/26/05) Part VI Baldrige Self-Assessment
    Results Focusing on the Critical Few
  • Ongoing continuous improvement updates

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September 2nd, 2005
  • District professional development day with a
    focus on
  • District vision, mission, goals, core values and
    guiding philosophy
  • Alignment of Individual Career Development Plans
    (ICDP) to school improvement plans and the
    District strategic plan
  • Teacher evaluation process

5
Aim of the Organization
Goals and Measures
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Aligned Acts of Improvement
District
Strategic
Plan
GOALS
Individuals, schools, departments, programs
processes
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Performance ExcellenceAt All Levels
8
Its About Alignment!
  • Can we get everyone rowing in the same direction?

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Putting Together The PiecesThe 7 Baldrige
Categories
  • Leadership
  • Strategic Planning
  • Student/Stakeholder Focus
  • Information and Analysis
  • Human Resource Focus
  • Process Management
  • Performance Results

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Category 1Leadership
  • Requires leaders to set and communicate direction
    consistent with stakeholder
    requirements
  • How do leaders set and communicate direction?
  • How do leaders monitor progress?
  • How do leaders model the use of the principles of
    quality management?

11
Category 2Strategic Planning
  • Translates stakeholder needs into goals, measures
    and action plans
  • How do we develop goals and measures?
  • How do we implement the plan?
  • How does each individuals personal goals and
    actions support the plan?

12
Category 3Student Stakeholder Focus
  • Defines the aim of the district, school or
    classroom
  • How do we determine stakeholder requirements?
  • How do we measure student and stakeholder
    satisfaction?
  • How do we build positive
    relationships with students
    and stakeholders?

13
Do you enjoy reading to learn?
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Category 4Information Analysis
  • Provides the foundation for aligned decision
    making in all areas of the system
  • How do we select and manage
    information?
  • How do we select and use
    comparative data?
  • How do we evaluate and improve information
    systems?

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Category 5Human Resource Focus
  • Examines how the district, school or classroom
    enables workers to develop and utilize their full
    potential
  • How do we ensure collaboration and teamwork?
  • How are workers trained,
    educated and evaluated?
  • How do we measure and
    improve employee morale
    and well-being?

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Category 6Process Management
  • Addresses how educational products and services
    are designed, implemented and improved
  • How do we design instructional and support
    processes?
  • How do we continually
    improve important
    processes
    using Plan, Do, Study, Act?

20
Quality Tools
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Building on Past ActivitiesWhere Could We Go
Next?
  • Continue Action Research teams
  • Utilize quality tools and the PDSA process for
    data driven decisions
  • Continue to align student, classroom, school and
    District actions
  • Connect all employees to CSIPs and the District
    strategic plan
  • Continue driving toward student ownership and
    accountability for learning

23
Category 7Performance Results
  • Examines the district, school or classroom
    performance in key areas
  • What is the level of baseline performance?
  • What is our performance over time?
  • How do our results compare to similar districts,
    departments, schools
    or classrooms

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Balanced Scorecard
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Balanced Scorecard
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The Baldrige Model of Performance Excellence
  • A framework for continuous improvement
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