January 25, 2006
Defining the System to be Improved
Posted by The F. M. Duffy Group ,Educating change leaders about how to navigate whole-system change in school districts, Tuesday, November 15, 2005
Piecemeal change to improve schooling inside a school district is an approach that at its worst does more harm than good and at its best is limited to creating pockets of “good” within school districts. When it comes to improving schooling in a district, however, creating pockets of good isn’t good enough. Whole school systems need to be improved.
To transform an entire school system, change leaders in that system must
know what a system is and how it functions and they must be skillful in using a
set of systems thinking tools. This blog introduces you to both of these
To read this blog, click on the link: Defining the System to be Improved