Tag Archives: change management

Why do people do it?

Earlier this week I was getting some time with my girlfriends and they asked me where I was traveling to this week for work. I explained that I got to be fairly local and was attending the Hoosier Educational Computer … Continue reading

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Navigating the Unfamiliar

I am what you might call a frequent flyer. I have flown in and out of many different airports for my work and traveled internationally numerous times in the past for vacations. But none of those experiences prepared me for the … Continue reading

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Moving from Idea to Action

All good leaders are full of great ideas. The key is knowing which ideas to develop  and when. Some may never go beyond the idea phase.  Others may be able to be brought to fruition fairly easily. Others take study, … Continue reading

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Are you an Innovative Leader?

I’ve worked with many school districts who have implemented a 1:1 initiative.  They have experienced a variation in success.  The success of an implementation isn’t based on the device, the grade levels, or the learning management system.  It all centers … Continue reading

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How do we sustain lasting change?

Change management is a a common phrase.  So is the adage, “Don’t keep doing something just because it’s the way we’ve always done it.”  So, let’s assume you are leading a group, school, district, or company through a change.  What … Continue reading

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