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Tag: K-12 change

Dr. Khalid Mumin:  Transformational Change leader Extraordinaire

November 2, 2020 0 Comments

The educational leaders reading this blog will definitely want to add Dr. Khalid Mumin’s new book Problem Child (www.WGWPublishing.com/books) to their professional library. Khalid, who serves as Superintendent of the Reading School District, has written a book about …

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Innovators-in-Chief in Action:  Disney’s Robert Iger and Iowa City Schools’ Steve Murley

November 11, 2019 0 Comments

“What can I do to get my board meaningfully engaged in leading innovation and change in my district?”  I hear variations of this very important question quite often from superintendents in my one-on-one governance coaching sessions and educational workshops.   There’s …

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Board-Savvy Superintendents Don’t Underestimate Resistance to Governance Change

August 23, 2017 0 Comments

Resistance to change has scuttled more than one change ship in the sea of K-12 governance; in fact, it makes sense to assume that whatever approach your district takes to updating your board’s “governing design” – its role, structure and …

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Superintendents Michael Lubelfeld and Nicholas Polyak Talk About “The Unlearning Leader”

November 30, 2016 0 Comments

In today’s always changing environment – technologically, culturally, demographically, etc. – an organization’s capacity to innovate and change is the key to long-term success – to thriving and sometimes even surviving. Not systematically innovating and changing are a sure-fire path …

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You’ve Got To Be Your District’s Innovator-in-Chief

November 14, 2015 0 Comments

Businesswoman Using Digital TabletAs you all know, the school districts that thrive over the long run in today’s rapidly changing, challenging world are the ones that take command of highly complex, high-stakes “out of the box” change that can’t be handled through traditional …

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