The past couple of months have been great, and four of the (currently) five articles that I have written on organization wide change have been published. They are on infrastructure ("This is how your infrastructure should look before your next tech rollout"), leadership ("5 leadership requirements essential for change"), mindset ("Does your school have a growth mindset when it comes to change?") and the shape of an organization ("How to hire leaders, not followers"). The fifth one in the series is on flexible learning spaces and it will be sent to the publisher in the next few days.
Leading a school for many years in whole organization change has provided many, many insights, and these atricles distill some of the essentials into a basic, easy to understand format.
Each article has radar graphs to help an organization determine its readiness for change in the particular area. You can rate your organization from 1 (poor) to 5 (excellent) in the areas listed and the resulting graph provides a "visual summary".; the larger and more "rounded" the graph is, the better your organization is placed to succeed with the transition to technology enhanced learning. An example of a graph from one article is shown below.