Positive Attracts Positive
That's according to
PENworks conference keynoter, PJ Fleck
, football coach for the MN Gophers. Even Badger fans will find this key of interest.
WCPE is partnering with Minnesota's Performance Excellence Network (PEN) to bring PENWorks 2020: Mission Possible: Positive Change in Challenging Times on April 22-23 at the beautiful Mystic Lakes conference center in Prior Lake, MN. Check out the event schedule and registration details. Take advantage of early bird rates!
Fleck will share his philosophy on teamwork, his insights on building a positive and successful culture, and his approach to developing strong leaders and achieving excellent results -- concepts that work in sports but also in any business, organization, or community.
Continuous Improvement Summit 2020:
Call for poster exhibits and breakout session proposals
Our popular and 10th annual
Continuous Improvement Summit
is set for
Friday, September 18th at the American Family Conference Center in Madison.
The Summit offers an opportunity improvement-minded individuals from a variety of sectors to share best practices, learn from each other, and connect.
We are currently accepting breakout speaker proposals,as well as poster exhibit proposals. Learn more about the Summit and how to
WCPE Board Officers Announced
Administrator - Academic Affairs at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, was elected Chair of the Wisconsin Center for Performance Excellence Board of Directors. Mand has previously served on the Wisconsin Forward Award Board of Examiners.
Julie Furst Bowe,
Vice President Chippewa Valley Technical College in Eau Claire WI was re-elected vice chair, while
Chief Operating Officer at MetaStar, Inc. was re-elected as treasurer.
Director, Performance Excellence Retail at Goodwill Industries of Southeastern WI in Racine, begins his first term as board secretary. Terms of office began January 1st.
The Board meets quarterly, providing leadership oversight to the organization.
Meet the 2019 Baldrige recipients at Quest for Excellence
The 2019 Baldrige Awards will be presented at a ceremony on March 24, 2020, during the Baldrige Program's 32nd annual Quest for ExcellenceÂ® conference, which will be held in National Harbor, Maryland. There is still time to register!
The 2019 honorees are:
- Adventist Health White Memorial, Los Angeles, California (health care)
- Center for Organ Recovery & Education (CORE), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (nonprofit)
- City of Germantown, Germantown, Tennessee (nonprofit)
- Howard Community College, Columbia, Maryland (education)
- Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund, Oak Brook, Illinois (nonprofit)
- Mary Greeley Medical Center, Ames, Iowa (health care)
Each of these exemplary organizations promotes:
- Long-term over short-term gains;
- A culture of active collaboration with employees, customers and stakeholders;
- Strong corporate citizenship and participation in the community; and
- A tireless focus on operational excellence.
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