The Corporate University can be designed to not only support its parent organization in achieving its strategic goals by developing and educating its workforce, but also by becoming an external profit center that can have a financial impact on an organization's bottom-line. Before planning a Corporate University a parent organization should conduct a full assessment. Click here to learn more.
Corporate sustainability planning has risen in prominence over the past few years among leading organizations as a tool to achieve strategic dominance within the global marketplace. Learn more.
Many organizations have embraced the concept of improving overall performance by using Baldrige criteria as a benchmark to gauge their strengths and opportunities for improvement, and as a measurement of their overall alignment and integration of key processes. Learn more about this resource.
The Mid-South Quality and Productivity Center presents a Regional Quality Cup Award which is aligned with the Baldrige Award Criteria and the former RIT/USA Today Quality Cup Award. This award honors individual teams (six categories) that make exceptional contributions to their employers’ quality improvement programs. The winning teams serve as regional and national role models, encouraging others to accept principles and practices that lead to continuous improvement and customer satisfaction. The accomplishments of the 2015 Quality Cup winning teams will be recounted in an issue of The Chamber E-newsletter.