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  • The Agility Shifter: Emerging role for innovation leadership

    Coping with disruptive technological change A recent article The global forces inspiring a new narrative of progress in McKinsey Quarterly, it states that “Corporate leaders today need to rethink where and how they compete, and must cooperate in the crafting of a new societal deal that help...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Blogging Innovation, Build Capability, Change, Leadership, culture, Disruptive Innovation, education, failure, future, ideas, Innovation Management, innovative thinking, Management, success

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  • Student Led Change

    Presentation by Christine Simpson and Sarah Ambrus at the 2015 Deming in Education conference: Empowering Students to Lead Change. In discussing the use of the 5 why’s Sarah made an important point that people would benefit from remembering. Focus on what we can control. Sometimes you hav...

    Tags: education, respect for people, video, change, Deming in Education videos, quality tools

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  • Dr. Deming’s Influence on One Elementary School Principal

    Presentation by Jake Rodgers and Phyllis Tubbs: Dr. Deming’s Influence on One Elementary School Principal at the 1st annual Deming in Education Conference: Jake asks a good question (as he learned from David Langford who learned it from W. Edwards Deming). What’s your theory? Asking ...

    Tags: education, process thinking, conference, Deming in Education videos, flowchart, quality tools

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  • Kevin Cahill’s Welcome Message to the Deming In Education Conference

    Kevin Cahill’s welcome message to 2015 Deming In Education Conference. Kevin is the Director the The W. Edwards Deming Institute. Kevin talks about the need to break the bounds of common sense practices. Without change we continue to get the results we have always achieved. To improve w...

    Tags: education, theory of knowledge, conference, evidence based management, history, learning

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  • The Schools Our Children Deserve by Alfie Kohn

      Alfie Kohn starts with an excellent discussion his fear of applying business improvement ideas in the education setting. …And yet, Dr. Deming’s work offered some principles at an abstract level that when pulled out of a workplace context turn out to be equally revolutionar...

    Tags: education, events, psychology, systems thinking, video, Deming in Education videos, evidence based management, webcasts

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  • What Adaptive Technology is Teaching Us about Learning

    We may have moved on from PowerPoint presentations to apps, but the communication gap between software developers and learning experts persists. Continue reading → Original: http://www.innovationexcellence.com/blog/2016/06/13/what-adaptive-technology-is-teaching-us-about-learning/ By: Sag...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Digital, People & Skills, Processes & Tools, Technology, Uncategorized, education, Adaptive Technology, Apps, EdTech, Learning, teachers, Teaching

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  • Silos to Systems: Presentation by Lisa Snyder

    Silos to Systems: Our Journey to World Class – presentation by Lisa Snyder at the First Annual Deming in Education conference.   In one of the videos included in the presentation we hear this quote In this model you really are a team of teachers. And that is a shift in mindset a s...

    Tags: education, psychology, video, cooperation, Deming in Education videos, teams, webcasts

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  • Igniting Passionate Purpose for Innovation

    I was reminded recently “that you always teach what you most need to learn” so I am happily sharing a key learning from one of the amazing executive coaches on a recent global Coach for Innovators Certified Program™. Continue reading → Original: http://www.innovationexce...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Feature Of The Week, education, Entrepreneurship, ideas, Innovation Management, Innovation Mindset, innovative thinking, Leadership, Management, Open Innovation, success

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  • Why Some Things in Education Work….and Others Don’t

    Presentation by JW Wilson at our 2015 Deming in Education conference: Why Some Things in Education Work….and Others Don’t:   There is a mismatch between what science knows and what education does. This is true in education and management. We are not very effective at ...

    Tags: education, psychology, video, Deming in Education videos

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  • Red Bead Experiment Simulation

    I ran across this simulation via a post on an e-learning web site. The community has challenges to create short simulations on various concepts and one of the challenges focused on the red bead experiment: the comments have links to various attempts. Remember these are created as an exercise by p...

    Tags: education, performance appraisal, red bead experiment, software development

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