Jump All-In to Improve
After implementing improvement science, many leaders find themselves wondering if they are, in fact, making any improvements and find it difficult to define and sustain progress. In this podcast episode, Superintendent Ryan Carpenter discusses why his team made a commitment to adopt a continuous improvement mindset and tips for implementing an Evidence-Based Leadership℠ framework across the school system.
Are you where you thought you'd be right now?
As the decades keep passing by, what can we do to ensure we achieve the goals that will matter to us most in life? How do we know we are living a life we will one day look back on and be proud? Today, Janet Pilcher focuses on what to consider as we set goals for a meaningful life.
Plan to improve
The purpose of an Improvement Action Plan is to map the prioritized actions after gaining input from our teams. The plan is aligned to the organization's overall strategic priorities and contains details about short-term actions to achieve annual goals. Use this template to draft and share your Improvement Action Plan.
Breaking down the big picture
When employees know how to define organizational success and how they fit into the big picture, they become more engaged in helping the organization achieve success. This process begins with defining outcomes and metrics at the organization level, which are then reflected in 90 day action plans.