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PortraitBalanced Scorecard Hall of Fame Award - Implementing for Results. Bob E. Paladino, former SVP Global Performance Crown Castle International accepts the globally recognized Hall of Fame Award on behalf of the company from Drs. Kaplan & Norton, creators of the Balanced Scorecard and directors of the Balanced Scorecard Collaborative. Hall of Fame criteria focus on companies that successfully implemented 25 Best Practices and achieved breakthrough results. Selected recipients include BMW, Mobil, Hilton Hotels, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and the US Army. Click here to view Hall of Fame case


PortraitAmerican Productivity and Quality Center (APQC) - Best Practice Partner Award. Bob former SVP Global Performance Crown Castle International accepts the nationally recognized Best Practice Performance Management Award behalf of the company from APQC CEO Carla O'Dell. Best Practice Partner companies have successfully implemented programs to drive significant results.

Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. MEDRAD
As hundreds of MEDRAD employees watched, MEDRAD President and CEO John P. Friel accepted the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award (MBNQA) from President George W. Bush and U.S. Secretary of Commerce Donald Evans in a ceremony in Washington, D.C. Medrad is a case company in the “Five Key Principles of Corporate Performance Management” book.

Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. City of Coral Springs.
The City of Coral Springs is a municipal corporation—a city government following a corporate management model. Coral Springs is a centrally planned community incorporated in July 1963. The population of 131,257 makes it the 13th largest city in the State of Florida. City Coral Springs is a case company in the “Five Key Principles of Corporate Performance Management” book.

Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. Bronson Methodist Hospital.
The Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award is our nation's highest presidential honor for quality and organizational performance. Since the first Baldrige Award in 1987 up to the present time, only 67 organizations have achieved this distinction, and of them, just six represented healthcare. On April 19, 2006, Bronson Methodist Hospital was recognized in Washington D.C. and received the Baldrige Award for 2005 from Vice President Dick Cheney. Bronson Methodist Hospital is a case company in the “Five Key Principles of Corporate Performance Management” book.

Balanced Scorecard Hall of Fame Award. KeyCorp.
With $92B in assets, KeyCorp is one of the nation's largest bank holding companies. In 2000, Key's performance was at the bottom of its peer group. New CEO Henry Meyer implemented the Balanced Scorecard process to help fulfill his mandate to turn the financial services company around. "Today Key's financial performance has improved significantly, including shareholder value," says Meyer. "We have more robust metrics, providing greater insights on our businesses. Our transformation is accelerating, and in a more energizing way, with the ultimate goal of being the most admired financial institution in the markets we serve. I know we'll get there, due in no small measure to our continued use of the Balanced Scorecard." KeyCorp is a case company in the “Five Key Principles of Corporate Performance Management” book.

Deming Quality Award. Ricoh Americas.
Named for Dr. W. Edwards Deming, the Deming Award recognizes corporations and individuals who demonstrate an outstanding commitment to quality control, and whose products or inventions make exceptional advances in the pursuit of quality. Less than 100 select companies have won the Deming Medal. Ricoh was the first office equipment manufacturer to win one. And today, Ricoh is the only such company to have won two. Ricoh is a case company in the “Five Key Principles of Corporate Performance Management” book.


Wall Street Journal ranked Crown Castle a "Top 20 Most Improved Company in Shareholder Value" in its annual Shareholder Scoreboard from over 1,000 evaluated across 76 market segments

“In theory there is no difference between theory and practice. In practice there is.”
       - Yogi Berra

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