A culture of excellence rooted in professional dialogue will launch and sustain any organization’s growth and development. But too often “people sense that they [are] missing needed information, [and] they blame lack of communication for the problem” (Markman, 2017). The fact is that proper communication and dialogue rest at the heart of a great organization’s... Continue Reading →
Check out our latest #readthisseries for great books to add to your library on the topic of using data to drive performance in your organization. You don't want to miss this review of some of the most important books on learning to use data and how to think differently about the data you currently use... Continue Reading →
This month has been all about data at TheSchoolHouse302.com. We posted 3 ideas for ensuring that data is actionable in your organization, and we focused on unconventional data sources, using data to tell a story, and taking steps to ensure that data means strategic action. We welcomed Dr. Liz Farley-Ripple, Associate Professor in the School... Continue Reading →
Don't miss this podcast with Dr. Liz Farley-Ripple from the University of Delaware. Her take on data usage in schools will change your mind about your "data inventory" and what to do next to drive performance. Let us know what you think.
Susan’s team was finally right. As Jim Collins would say, the right people were in the right seats on the bus. They had all the elements of effective teamwork, including a deep level of trust for one another. However, the team recognized that they were having issues building and sustaining their momentum. They found themselves... Continue Reading →
Don't miss this interview with Don Wettrick, author of Pure Genius. We discuss unleashing innovation through leadership. Listen now and build a culture of innovation in your organization.
Check out this new vblog on what to read this month. We've been talking innovative thinking and we recommend a great read to get you thinking as a leader. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmRtLuHl9yI
Businesses often fail to innovate because of the organization’s culture and not the people. In fact, it’s misleading to believe that the people in the organization are the ones thwarting new ideas. There’s only one person in an organization who can truly squash any innovative thinking, and that one person is the CEO. It’s only... Continue Reading →
Don't miss this #onethingseries on "incremental innovation" with Doug Timm. Take your team to the next level with the everyday application of innovative thinking.