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The Alamo Colleges use the Baldrige Excellence Framework as an organizational self-assessment and self-improvement framework to increase efficiency, operate effectively, and be accountable to all stakeholders. The Baldric Excellence Framework helps us assess and improve the approach, deployment, learning (improvement), and integration of key management processes (Categories 1-6). It also helps us examine our performance and improvement in student learning outcomes; other customer-focused outcomes; budgetary, financial, and market outcomes, employee-focused outcomes; process effectiveness outcomes; and leadership outcomes (Category 7). This leads to increased value for our stakeholders; organizational effectiveness, capabilities, and sustainability; and personal and organizational learning.

In 2011, the Board of Trustees of the Alamo Colleges adopted the Alamo Way policy embracing the Baldrige Excellence Framework as the theoretical framework for improvement to be used throughout the Alamo Colleges. The policy has been updated several times to include the three priorities of the Alamo Colleges: Student Success, Principle-Centered Leadership and Performance Excellence. The Baldrige Framework for Excellence is our Performance Excellence Approach.

Alamo Way Policy

The Role of Core Values and Concepts

 

The Baldrige Criteria are built on the following set of interrelated core values and concepts:

Systems perspective

Visionary leadership

Customer-Focused excellence

Organizational learning and agility

Focus on success

Managing for innovation

Management by fact

Societal responsibility

Ethics and transparency 

Delivering value and results

Alamo Colleges DSO Texas Award for Performance Excellence Applications and Feedback Reports 

2010-2011 TAPE Application

2010-2011 Feedback Report

2012-2013 TAPE Application

2012-2013 Feedback Report

2014-2015 TAPE Application

2014-2015 Feedback Report

2015-2016 TAPE Application

2015-2016 Feedback Report

Texas Award for Performance Excellence Award Recipients Alamo Colleges:

2007: Northwest Vista College

2015: Palo Alto College

Baldrige Performance Excellence Program Award Recipients in Higher Education:

2005: Richland College, DCCCD (Richland College Profile | Richland Application)
2004: Kenneth W. Monfort College of Business, University of Northern Colorado (Monfort Profile Montfort Application)
2001: University of Wisconsin-Stout (UW-Stout Profile | UW-Stout Application)
2015-2016 Baldrige Excellence Framework: 2015-2016 Baldrige Excellence Framework for Nonprofit

For questions please contact Debra Morgan: dmorgan@alamo.edu |  (210) 485-0274

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