ArticleWorkforce and Leader Development Learning From the Baldrige Winners in Health CareArnold, Edwin W. PhD, SPHR; Goodson, Jane R. PhD; Duarte, Neville T. PhDAuthor Information Author Affiliations: Department of Information Systems and Management, Auburn University at Montgomery, Montgomery, Alabama. The authors have no funding or conflict of interest. Correspondence: Edwin W. Arnold, PhD, SPHR, Department of Information Systems and Management, Auburn University at Montgomery, PO Box 244023, Montgomery, AL 36124 ([email protected]). The Health Care Manager: July/September 2015 - Volume 34 - Issue 3 - p 177-186 doi: 10.1097/HCM.0000000000000067 Buy Metrics Abstract It is ironic that perhaps the only constant in health care organizations today is change. To compete successfully in health care and position an organization for high performance amid continuous change, it is very important for managers to have knowledge of the best learning and development practices of high-performing organizations in their industry. The rapid increases in the rate of technological change and geometric increases in knowledge make it virtually imperative that human resources are developed effectively. This article discusses the best learning and development practices among the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award winners in the health care industry since 2002 when the industry had its first award-winning organization. Copyright © 2015 Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc. All rights reserved.