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Guy Kawasaki’s 10 Steps to The Art of Innovation
Here is Guy Kawasaki’s advice to creating great innovative ideas. A great 8 min video of the speech too. 1. Make meaning: change the world and make the world a better place 2. Make a mantra: not a mission statement 3. Jump to the next curve: not better sameness, not slightly better, faster, etc
The Anthropologist- Observing Your Professional Learning Communities
As educators, we are always learning and always observing. When it comes to improving your school’s Professional Learning Communities, one approach that will give you fresh insight into how your PLCs behave and provide you with information about how to drive improvement or fix problems is to play the role of the anthropologist. The Anthropologist is one of the three learning personas from the Tom Kelley's The Ten Faces Of Innovation. In order to gain knowledge and information about how your PLCs behave it is important to gather information and data from which to work from. To accomplish these goals the anthropologist generally displays or implements the following 6 characteristics in PLC meetings.
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