Change is a constant in field of education. The ability to plan strategically is critical if one is going to be competitive and contemporary in today’s environment. This group is for educators who aspire to discuss and master the competencies necessary for exemplary performance and top customer service in a dynamic, rapidly changing education landscape. Group members share best practices, ideas, thoughts, reflections, and resources to help colleagues across the globe improve performance.
Think of blogs as self-published mini articles. Share your experiences and challenges. Share your successful and failed strategies. Share your proven techniques and best practices. And don’t forget to solicit comments from your peers so we can all learn from the collective knowledge and expertise of our thriving community.
These five components will take your strategic planning process, your plan itself, and your team to success.
I learned that everyone should share their own ides even though it may be different from yours and something that you may not agree with.
First point is Define the Problem
Structured, systematic group management is better than intuitive trial and error at accomplishing consensus and creating actual change. How to get many indiviiduals to cooperate rather than compete.
To put the problem in print to see, then build from inside out for solution by going thru steps.
I would recommend to any admissions rep. This was a great course
Brainstorming is ideal for challenging situations
Solving with creativity
Plan to be more calm and gather more info with a plan and check back
My action plan is to incorporate of lot of these strategies into my day-to-day whirlwind. When managing people, it's always important to reinvest into your human capital.
It must be a multi-faceted approach to meet the critical components to be successful.
Managers allgiven the task of problem solving and as uch they must understand what i the root cause and adjunctive cause of work place problems. Determining the cause allows for planning stregies to solve the problem. Causes of problem quickly assist us in settling disputes and problem which will stem off crises.
Very similar to practices learned in organizational behavior.
Think clearly! The more logically one thinks, the less likely they take other people's word on issues as evidence of truth.
We are all creative! It's important to find a smaller issue to reason through within the larger problem. Reason through a problem before making a final decision.
To solve a problem effectively, one must define the problem and get to it's root cause first. Depend on facts and not assumptions.
Knowing the end results, and identifying specific areas that need to be met to meet said result, is a great approach.
Always beneficial to work strategically versus from a hunch or status quo.
Always an advantage to identifying the problem, gather facts from all involved, discussing the issues, finding alignment on course of action, and excuting to resolve as a team.
I found this course to be very helpful while considering my upcoming tasks that will hopefully allow me to discover the best solutions to achieve our deadlines.
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