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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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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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The Governing Gold Standard

September 20, 2016 0 Comments

iStock_000020585606Large(1)The last article posted at this blog, “Another Insidious Foe of a Solid Board-Superintendent Partnership,”  tells how getting your school board involved in one of those traditional comprehensive long-range planning processes can be dangerous to the health of your partnership …

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Another Insidious Foe of a Solid Board-Superintendent Partnership

September 8, 2016 0 Comments

ethereal octopus from the depth (Octopus vulgari)You might recall that my April 14 article talked about an insidious foe of a solid board-superintendent working relationship:  the assumption that your district’s performance – educationally, administratively, financially – is the preeminent factor determining the health of your partnership …

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Cleveland Orchestra Miami: A Venerable Performing Arts Institution Leads Strategic Change

October 26, 2015 0 Comments

This post originally appeared at www.extraordinaryceo.com.  Since it is pertinent to to leading strategic change in any kind of public or nonprofit organization, I am re-posting it here.

Founded in 1918, the Cleveland Orchestra has become one of the most …

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Sensible Failure

September 21, 2015 0 Comments

I wish I’d had a copy of a new book I’m going to tell you about when, years ago, I was engaged in an agonizing personal struggle. Then a community college vice president, I’d become keenly aware that I did …

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