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  1. National Council for Performance Excellence 2004 BaldrigeExplorer Survey Process In partnership with the Michigan Quality Council 248-370-4552 phone 425 B Pawley Hall Rochester, MI 48309-4401

  2. National Council for Performance Excellence Introduction The Baldrige Criteria help organizations identify strengths and key areas for improvement. The Baldrige approach has been used for approximately 16 years by tens of thousands of organizations to stay abreast of competition and to increase effectiveness. 55 countries throughout the world have adopted the Baldrige framework to enhance competitiveness.

  3. 5 Reasons to Choose Baldrige The Baldrige Criteria: • Provide a framework for improvement without being prescriptive. • Are inclusive. The Criteria describe an integrated management framework that addresses all the factors that define the organization, its operations, and its results. • Focus on common requirements, rather than procedures, tools, or techniques. • Are adaptable. They can be used by large and small businesses, and organizations with one site or worldwide locations. • Are at the leading edge of validated management practices.

  4. Baldrige Award Winners Outperformed the S&P 500 • The U.S. Department of Commerce studies the performance of publicly held Baldrige Award winning companies. • Every year since 1991 they outperformed the Standard and Poor’s index (S&P). • Baldrige winners outperformed the S&P 500 by 4.8 to 1. • 1,101% increase in stockperformance was demonstrated,compared to 228% from the S&Pindex companies for thesame period.

  5. Choosing Baldrige • Your business is facing increasing marketplace challenges everyday. • Assess your readiness to respond to those challenges by using the Baldrige Criteria • In the most competitive business sectors, companies with world-class business results are able to achieve a score about 700 (70%) on the Baldrige scale. • Organizations early in their performance improvement journey frequently score around 200 points. • Where would your business score?

  6. Getting Started • The National Council for Performance Excellence administers an organizational assessment survey utilizing the Baldrige Criteria for Performance Excellence • The survey measures performance on a wide range of key organization performance indicators • The survey helps to evaluate key processes, systems and results • The survey will help identify organizational strengths, deployment gaps, and pinpoint vital opportunities for improvement

  7. Baldrige Explorer eSurvey • The organizational assessment survey guides you through the 7 categories, addressing each item of the Malcolm Baldrige Criteria for Performance Excellence • The survey consists of 58 questions and takes approximately 2 hours to complete online • The assessment tool uses a maturity scale to determine the performance level • Behavioral anchors provide a more accurate scoring and reporting process • The Survey tool and Performance Indicator Feedback Report are effective and efficient aides to organizational assessment

  8. Benefits of the eSurvey Approach • Online, web-based, easily accessed from any PC • Accessible 24/7 • Cost effective compared to alternative approaches • Technical support provided • Engage employees at all levels • Easy to use maturity scale to determine performance level • Receive internal and external feedback • Obtain high performance diagnostics from the feedback • 3-day turnaround of Performance Indicator Feedback Report upon completion of survey

  9. The Performance IndicatorFeedback Report • When all survey data has been collected, an automated Performance Indicator Feedback Report will be generated and sent to you in three business days. • The Performance Indicator Feedback Report consists of: • Demographic Charts • Overall Scores • Category-Level Scores • Item-Level Scores • Gap Analysis Charts • Individual Question Scores • Pareto Charts for each Category • Priority Improvement Data Charts • Approach and Deployment Comments • Priority Improvement Comments

  10. The Presentation • The following slides guide you through the eSurvey process • Included with the following eSurvey snapshots are sample reports to show how the data collected is later represented in the Performance Indicator Feedback Report.

  11. Type in your User ID which you received through email (usually your email address) and unique password. Click ‘Login to the Survey’.

  12. Customized Demographic ProfileThis is a sample of the table used to customize the Demographic Profile for your organization. • The Demographic Profile provides valuable comparative attributes within the organization. • Survey participants choose appropriate selections from the Demographic Profile to indicate their position within the organization. • Comparative charts and data are presented in the Performance Indicator Feedback Report according to the selections of the participants.

  13. Baldrige Explorer eSurveyDemographic Selection (Sample Participant’s View) Each different demographic attribute will appear on separate pages. Participants select the demographic value that describes their position within the organization.

  14. Vermont Council for Quality Organization Demographics The Demographic Section is designed to provide the organization with an overall response rate relative to the total number of respondents and their percentage weight for each demographic attribute they have chosen. This chart reflects sample demographic data collected from the eSurvey and reported in the Performance Indicator Feedback Report.

  15. eSurvey Status Page (Sample Participant’s View) Once you have completed the Demographic Profile, click on the Leadership Category to begin the survey.

  16. Category 1, Question 1A of the Survey2 comments per question View Question Scores in the Report Click the radio button that best describes the level of development in your organization. Mouse over the levels to view the descriptors of each level. Approach and Deployment comments are requested for each question. View Comments in Report Participants offer suggestions for improvement on the process.

  17. Overall Score by Question and Current-State Descriptors The Overall Score by Question and Current-State Descriptors show the overall percentage of points for a theme within each category. Refer to the Scoring Guidelines in Appendix B to see the approach/ deployment percentage scoring. The ‘Current’ text describes the behavioral anchor of where the organization is now. The Role Model text describes where the organization could strive to be. View Appendix B Back to Survey

  18. Leadership Row-Level Comments by Position • 1A Communicating Values and Performance Expectations [Baldrige ref: 1.1a(1)] • Position/Executive/ Senior Manager • Approach & Deployment: We do a great job communication to all. Through e-mails, town hall meetings, Intranet. Scorecards for the whole organization, sectors and local offices in place. Rules of Operation being implemented and communicated very efficiently. • Approach & Deployment: We use many techniques to communicate including all hands meetings each quarter, weekly notes from the exec office, email, voice mail. Staff randomly check with employees to be sure key points were understood. • Approach & Deployment: Frequent and regular customer satisfaction surveys. Follow up activities with customers and internally. • Position/Individual Contributor • Approach & Deployment: The scorecard is resented and the financial result and forecast are sometimes known. • Action Steps to Improve: Get more input from contributors for the scorecard. Make the results known. • Approach & Deployment: Some goals are linked to the balanced scorecard but many have not been seen as major objectives. Many goals are very ad hoc and changeable, leaving employees unsure on direction. Many times effort is expended only to see that it has been wasted because of a change in direction or emphasis. • Position/Supervisor • Approach & Deployment: The issue in the local office is that most of the top management has left the organization and is now not fully replaced. There are still some gaps in the organization, which create some lack of communication with the customer. The checking of the effectiveness to focus on customer does not seem to be done often. Comments are provided by the respondents and can be prepared and used by examiners and organization leaders for improvement planning. The comments are sorted by each category and theme statement. Comments are reported out by one attribute, in this case, “Position”. They are then sorted by each value such as “Senior Manager”, “Individual Contributor”, and “Supervisor”. Next Survey Page

  19. Priority Improvement Selections(Sample Participant’s View) The final page for each category in the eSurvey asks participants to identify two areas they believe needs the most improvement. This data is reported as a Pareto chart in the Feedback Report. View Pareto Description and Charts

  20. Pareto Charts • Staff members in your organization will be asked to select one or more areas in each of the seven categories, which they feel, is in most need of improvement. The concept of a Pareto chart is to show that the areas in need of improvement are usually a vital few, allowing leaders to concentrate their focus on specific improvement efforts. • We will supply you with a Pareto chart for each of the seven categories, which reference each of the seven sections of the Organization Assessment Survey. • Each chart will display the letters that correspond to the themes for each of the seven categories along the x-axis. Along the y-axis both Count and Percentages are charted. The count of staff votes (Hits) for each area they believe is most in need of improvement is represented as bars on the graph. The chart is arranged with the largest hit count on the left of the graph, indicating the area selected by staff which they feel is most in need of improvement. The line charted above the bars represents the cumulative percentages of each bar, from left to right.

  21. Category 1 - LeadershipAreas Most Needing Improvement - Pareto Chart The letters E, C, and G represent an opportunity to solve 80% of key issues in 30% of the areas (3 of 10) for the category (Leadership). In this example, the letters H, I, and J, did not receive any votes since these areas were not selected by staff as areas most in need of improvement.

  22. Priority Improvement Counts and Percentages This chart shows priority improvement selections according to the various Demographic attributes and values. Look at “C” and “G” and you will see that Individual Contributors identified the need to improve these areas by a greater margin than did the Executives/Senior Managers and Supervisors. This tends to indicate a deployment gap and suggests that Executives/Senior Managers and Supervisors are not perceived as effective as they believe themselves to be.

  23. Completed Survey Status Page When you have entered answers to every question for each category, you can submit your survey.

  24. Summary ResultsOverall Category-Level Totals The Overall Category-Level Totals table explains the amount of points scored for each category, the total possible points to score in a category and the percentage of total points for each category.

  25. Overall Category-Level Percent Scores The Overall Category-Level Percent Scores show the aggregate percent score of each Category according to the Baldrige Scoring Guidelines. This helps determine the overall strengths and weaknesses of the organization.

  26. Overall Item-Level Percent Scores The Overall Item-Level Percent Scores show the percent of points on a 0 to 100 scale, for each Item. This helps users determine, at a glance, the strengths and weaknesses by item for each category. The Items and Point Values are explained in Appendix A. View Appendix A

  27. Overall Category-Level Point ScoresPosition Point Scores by Category The Category-Level Point Scores show the cumulation of total points for each demographic view within each category. This is a sample of one demographic view.

  28. Item-Level Percent Scores by PositionPosition Percent Scores by Item Notice the gap between Executives/Senior Management and Individual Contributors and Supervisors in Item 1.1. This suggests an area to examine further. However, Item 7.4 shows a high degree of agreement indicating a consistent deployment of results information. View Appendix A This chart shows the ratings by demographic attribute, in this case, Position. On the previous graph, Item 1.1, Leadership System, reflected a rating of 50%. However, according to the breakout above, Executives/Sr. Mgmt. believe the processes are much stronger (69 percent) than Individual Contributors (less than 38 percent) and Supervisors (45 percent). This typically indicates incomplete systems development or poor deployment of existing systems and processes required by the Item.

  29. Thank you! Michigan Quality Council 248-370-4552 In cooperation with National Council for Performance Excellence

  30. Appendix A: Assessment Themes and Values The point values of the scoring system are linked directly to the points and scoring system of the Malcolm Baldrige Criteria for Performance Excellence. Each item and the questions included in the items are also derived from the Baldrige Criteria. • 2004 Categories, Items, and Point Values • 1.0 Leadership 120 points • 1.1 Organizational Leadership 80 points • 1A Communicating Values and Performance Expectations [Baldrige ref: 1.1a(1)] • 1B Leadership Commitment to Providing Maximum Value for Customers [Baldrige ref: 1.1a(1)] • 1C Empowering Employees and Establishing a Climate for Innovation, Learning, Organizational Agility, and Ethical Behavior [Baldrige ref: 1.1a(2)] • 1D Ensuring Management Accountability for the Protection of Stakeholder Interests through Effective Governance [Baldrige ref: 1.1b] • 1E Assessing Organizational Performance and Progress Relative to Goals [Baldrige ref: 1.1c(1)] • 1F Setting Priorities and Making Improvements Based on Progress Reviews [Baldrige ref: 1.1c(3)] • 1G Improving Leadership Effectiveness Throughout the Organization [Baldrige ref: 1.1c(4)] • 1.2 Social Responsibility 40 points • 1H Following Laws and Regulations and Reducing Public Risks and Concerns [Baldrige ref: 1.2a(1&2)] • 1I Ensuring Ethical Behavior [Baldrige ref: 1.2b] • 1J Providing Community Support [Baldrige ref: 1.2c] • 2.0 Strategic Planning 85 points • 2.1 Strategy Development 40 points • 2A Developing Strategic Plans Based on Business Data [Baldrige ref: 2.1a(1&2)] • 2B Developing Clear Strategic Objectives and Timetables for Meeting the Objectives [Baldrige ref: 2.1b(1)] • 2C Ensuring that Strategic Objectives Address Challenges and Balance the Needs of Key Stakeholders [Baldrige ref: 2.1b(2)] • 2.2 Strategy Deployment 45 points • 2D Developing and Deploying Action Plans Based on Strategic Objectives [Baldrige ref: 2.2a(1)] • 2E Developing Human Resource Plans Based on Strategic Objectives and Action Plans [Baldrige ref: 2.2a(3)] • 2F Developing Appropriate Goals and Allocating Resources to Achieve Them [Baldrige ref: 2.2a(4) and 2.2b] • 2G Aligning Work to Achieve Strategic Goals, Objectives, and Action Plans [Baldrige ref: 2.2a] Back to Overall Item Scores Back to Gap Analysis

  31. Appendix B: Scoring Guidelines for Categories 1-6: Approach/Deployment The overall percentage of points for 1A on the previous slide is 56%, indicating the above Approach and Deployment guideline. Back to Survey