Home  >  ASQ Washington, DC &...  >  Events  >  Events & Networking  >  Event Archives  >  MPEA Performance Excellence...     Printable Version Tell a friend

MPEA Performance Excellence Users Group  

Where
Baltimore Aircoil Company

When
Sep 11, 2008    1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

PERFORMANCE EXCELLENCE USERS GROUP

 

September 11, 2008, 1 PM – 3 PM

Baltimore Aircoil Company Jessup, MD

7600 Dorsey Run Road, Jessup, MD 20794

410-799-6200

 

You are invited to join the Performance Excellence Users Group on September 11 for “The Organizational Profile—Use it to Begin Your Journey to Excellence” presented by LaWanda Burwell, Trainer for the MPEA Application-Writing Workshop, a Baldrige and Maryland Examiner and Trainer, and past Chairperson of the MPEA Executive Guidance Board.

 

LaWanda will discuss 1) what is the Organizational Profile, 2) using it for organizational assessment, 3) how to address the questions, and 4) how do Examiners use the Organizational Profile in their assessment.  A hands-on exercise, participant sharing, lessons learned and Q & A will fill out this information-packed session.

 

The meeting will be held from 1 PM to 3 PM on Thursday, September 11 at Baltimore Aircoil Company in Jessup, Maryland.  Visit http://www.mpea.umd.edu/ for more information.  There is no charge to participate, but you must pre-register by contacting Marty Stephens at martys@umd.edu or call 301-405-7173.

 

Directions:  From I-95, take Exit #41 and go east on Rt. 175 to Rt. 1.  Turn left (north) onto Rt. 1 and go .05 mile and turn right on Montevideo Road.  Go .8 mile and turn right onto Dorsey Run Road.  Go .1 mile and Baltimore Aircoil Company is on the right.  NOTE:  This section of Dorsey Run Road has been recently constructed and is not yet on some Internet mapping services—use directions here.  Phone:  410-799-6200.   

 

The Maryland Performance Excellence Awards program helps Maryland organizations become high-performing, high-integrity, ethical organizations that excel in their market using the nationally-recognized Baldrige management framework.  The annual awards program is based at the University of Maryland and is sponsored by U.S. Senators Barbara Mikulski and Benjamin Cardin.  For more information, visit http://www.mpea.umd.edu/.