Category Archives: Doctoral Program Reflections

Facing Brutal Facts, Putting Students First and Moving from Good to Great

Tweet Putting Students First Jim Collins, in his book “Good to Great” elaborates on ideas that show that organizations who wish to remain competitive and growing need to confront some of their own brutal facts.  He contents that by doing … Continue reading

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College and Career Readiness? Do we Need to Clear the Path?

Tweet The entry is cross-posted on Leadertalk. In recent months tremendous amounts of discourse have surrounded the topic of college and career readiness for students graduating from secondary schools around the United States and the world. A recent eSchool News … Continue reading

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Book Review: Mind Set! By John Naisbitt

Tweet “Most change is not in what we do, but how we do it. Within all the hype, the more we are able to differentiate between constants and change the more effectively we will be able to react to new … Continue reading

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Dispatch from the Road: Back in the Saddle Again….

Tweet Gene Autry sang it so well…. and yes… I am back in the saddle again as well. 47 years old, back in graduate school. This last 4 days have been the first of only a few face to face … Continue reading

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