Systematic (Process) - Baldrige Glossary Definition

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The term 'Systematic' was first introduced in the Baldrige Glossary in 2000.

Systematic (Process)

The term systematic refers to approaches that are well-ordered, repeatable, and use data and information so learning is possible. In other words, approaches are systematic if they build in the opportunity for evaluation, improvement, and sharing, thereby permitting a gain in maturity. For use of the term, see the Scoring Guidelines.

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