On the latest episode of Leader Dialogue, Ben Sawyer and Lisa Counsell examine the power of the Baldrige framework with special guest and former healthcare industry CEO Lowell Kruse.
This week’s episode is a “deep dive” conversation featuring Sherry Farrugia, who manages the multi-million dollar pediatric research portfolio and the public-private partnership between Georgia Tech and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
Sherry Farrugia manages the multi-million dollar pediatric research portfolio, and the public-private partnership between Georgia Tech and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. This episode will provide:
An overview of her current role at Georgia Tech while supporting the Pediatric community, specifically Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
Her goals, objectives and burning platforms for her organization for the coming years.
Her challenges in balancing an academic university and a world-renowned healthcare organization dedicated to children in the Age of Consumerism.
An insight into working with non-profit organizations as both Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and Georgia Tech are non-profit organizations that pose unique challenges to manage as a leader.
Bob Fangmeyer, the Director of the Baldrige Performance Excellence Program at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), returns for this deep dive episode of “Leader Dialogue”.
This week’s guest is Bob Fangmeyer, the Director of the Baldrige Performance Excellence Program at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Topics discussed include the evolution of the Baldrige Performance Excellence program and how to leverage the Baldrige performance excellence principles to accelerate short term gains, and hard-wire a cultural transformation, creating a sustainable competitive advantage.
Pamela R. Knecht is the guest on this episode of Leader Dialogue Radio. Pam is an accomplished governance coach assisting not-for-profit Health Systems with strategic planning, governance, education, and organizational diagnosis and change management.
In this week’s episode, we continue the discussion about board governance, the relationship between management and the board and how to utilize the board and add structure and processes to help succeed and measure results in a rapidly changing marketplace.