Innovation as a Means of Educational Problem Solving

A number of years ago, I was in a meeting with a group of colleagues to work through an emerging problem at the University. We spent time defining the problem Continue Reading →

How to Predict Educational Trends: It Doesn’t Happen Overnight

People sometimes ask me how I spot or predict educational trends that are likely to stick. I usually share an idea or two, but I thought I would give a Continue Reading →

My 20 Mile March Toward Missional Innovation in Education

Listening to Jim Collins at a recent conference prompted me to spend more time reviewing and reflecting on some of the key ideas from his books. For a primer, you Continue Reading →

Bias Toward Action in Education Innovation

I love ideas but I confess that I still have a bias toward action in education. In 1910, Theodore Roosevelt gave a speech entitled, “The Man in the Arena”¬†at the Continue Reading →