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Change Management

Why Change? This final activity is about change management in education. It does however, beg the question why change at all? For example, when I presented plans for introducing AI to assist teachers with the more laborious tasks, such as… Continue Reading →

Resources and Competences Grid

As a reference for populating this grid I have used Johnson et al, Exploring Corporate Strategy (2005), in particular the Foundations of Strategic Capability, (95). Here, strategic capability is defined as the resources and competences an institution needs to future… Continue Reading →

Emerging Technologies and Implementation Issues

The will for innovation and dynamic change moving into the third year of Covid has waned somewhat. When the reality of lockdown became apparent to senior managers within the K12 private international schools, budgets were reduced in most cases and… Continue Reading →

The China Syndrome; Surviving the Storm

There are profound similarities between how universities and schools are managed. David Teece’s paper on, ‘Managing the university: Why “organised anarchy” is unacceptable in the age of massive open online courses’ (2018) highlights many of these parallels well. Managing organisations… Continue Reading →

Moving Beyond Enhancing Pedagogies; Frames of Reference

Can technology change the educational paradigm and bring about positive transformation? As educators, we seem to have a common goal, and that is to make the learning process transformational. By that, I mean transformational in praxis (Freire, 1985). That requires… Continue Reading →

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