Becoming a member of the Wisconsin Center for Performance Excellence is an investment in Wisconsin, your workplace and your community. Organizations and individuals that support our work believe in the value of building networks that celebrate and promote information, resources, knowledge and best practice sharing. Our members believe in the power of continuous improvement and the importance of delivering value to customers, partners and stakeholders. Members believe high-performing organizations help move Wisconsin forward, making it a great place to live, learn and work.
Both organizations and individuals can become non voting members of our the Wisconsin Center for Performance Excellence. Membership provides a number of direct, tangible benefits, including:
- Member discounts for most learning events, conferences and workshops hosted by WCPE and our partners
- Occasional member-only strategic networking opportunities with other high-performing Wisconsin organizations.
- Member-only advertising opportunities in our eNewsletter, the Excellence Insider (reaching thousands of contacts approximately 10 times per year) and our website
- Leadership Members receive additional cooperative promotion and consideration
Membership in the Wisconsin Center for Performance Excellence is valid for 12 months from the date you submit your application. You may join at any time. While we prefer a one-time payment, we will gladly invoice you quarterly if you choose.
We thank the following individuals and organizations for supporting us through membership. If you’d like to become a member, please complete our on-line membership form. You may also download a membership form.
Black River Memorial Hospital
Chippewa Valley Technical College
Curative Care Network
Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin
Lakeland Care, Inc
Milwaukee County Department of Health and Human Services
Ortho Molecular Products, Inc.
Sauk Prairie Healthcare
Special Olympics Wisconsin
University of Wisconsin – Stout
West Salem School District
Wisconsin Department of Employee Trust Funds