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					 Back in the Day or
 Back to the Future?
          Steve Kukic
 VP, Strategic Sales Initiatives
30 Years Older than Back in the Day
            (Here's the reply the teacher received the following day)
Dear Mrs. Jones,
I wish to clarify that I am not now, nor have I ever been, an exotic dancer.
I work at Home Depot and I told my daughter how hectic it was last week before the
blizzard hit. I told her we sold out every single shovel we had, and then I found one
more in the back room, and that several people were fighting over who would get it.
Her picture doesn't show me dancing around a pole. It's supposed to depict me selling
the last snow shovel we had at Home Depot. From now on I will remember to check
her homework more thoroughly before she turns it in.
Sincerely,
Mrs. Smith
Greatness




            Covey, 2004
THE Conundrum




                Ron Edmonds, 1982
5
      SEE



GET         DO
                  The Business of Paradigms


                       DISCOVERING THE FUTURE
                                           • Avoid paradigm paralysis
                                           • Be open to change
• Paradigms can set boundaries
                                           • Help shape change rather that be
• Paradigms can provide rules                controlled by it

• Paradigms can give comfort

• Paradigms can promote the
  status quo

• Paradigms can inhibit growth



      Taken from Thomas Kuhn’s                         Joel Barker (1988)
 The Structure of Scientific Revolutions
It ought to be remembered that there is nothing
more difficult to take in hand, more perilous to
conduct, or more uncertain in its success, than
to take the lead in the introduction of a new
order of things.
Because the innovator has for enemies all those
who have done well under the old conditions,
and lukewarm defenders among those who may
do well under the new.




                                            Machiavelli
 A Remarkable Convergence



Powerful Factors that are deeply compatible—indeed
                     synergistic.




                                                Fullan, 2001
Mindset
  Fixed
    v.
 Growth
          Dweck, 2007
Dweck, 2006
Dweck, 2006
1
4
Dealing with Difficult People who have
Dinosaur Brains – including ourselves!
Bernstein, 2004
Dealing with Difficult People who have
Dinosaur Brains – including ourselves!
Bernstein, 2004
Dweck, 2006
Dweck, 2006
 Change is
   good.
You go first!
                Judy Elliott, 2004
Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams: Pausch’s Goals




                                              Pausch, 2008
Randy Pausch, 2006
It’s About How You Live Your Life.




                            Pausch, 2008
Always do right (things right).

 This will gratify some people

        and astonish the rest.
                 Mark Twain and Stephen Covey
  Henry Ford




Stephanie Kukic
Robert Collier



                 The Secret, 2006
To mobilize the sort of cooperative
Whole-System effort Fullan proposes:




                                       Fullan, 2010
Rosa Parks
Lewis Carroll
As Albert Einstein said:

                     “The significant
                 problems we face cannot
                  be solved by the same
                   level of thinking that
                      created them.”
 Tend the
 CHAOS,
  Don’t
Manage it!
Ciara Turner, 2010
     ODYSSEY, Pepsi to Apple…a Journey of Adventure,
     Ideas, and the Future




The Best
way to
predict the
future is to
invent it.

                                             John Sculley, 1987
   Sustainable
system change is
   the agenda.
                   Fullan, 2003
High-Reliability Organizations (HROs)




                                    Bellamy et al., 2005
Characteristics of HROs




                          Marzano and Waters, 2009
Firms of Endearment




                      Fullan, 2008
Firms of Endearment




                      Sisodia, et al., 2007 in Fullan, 2008
Southwest Airlines




                     Fullan, 2008
Elements of a Successful Reform




                                  Fullan, 2010
                Nonnegotiable Goals
                 For Achievement




                Nonnegotiable Goals
                  For Instruction




Collaborative         Board               Allocation of
Goal Setting        Alignment              Resources

                                      Marzano and Waters, 2009
What is your reality?:
The Clark County experience


          Generic Models              Another Reality
                       A
                     FEW             Most will benefit
                     need
                   Intensive
                                      from Intensive
                  instruction           Instruction
               SOME need                 Some need
               more support             more support


                                         A few learn
               NEARLY ALL                   easily
           work in core curriculum
        A Call to Action:
        The relentless pursuit of excellence (CHAOS)!



Collaboration with a purpose, to improve achievement

Hierarchy of tiered, effective, academic and behavioral
interventions
All, some, AND few as the consistent focus
One child at a time, instructional decisions based on progress
monitoring data
Systems change with coherence to
Close The Achievement Gap
The Systemic Work of RtI Leadership




                                      Judy Elliott, 2008
Wichita Public Schools: District Level
Non-Negotiables
      The Essence of Reform

In our rush to reform education, we have forgotten a simple
truth: reform will never be achieved by renewing
appropriations, restructuring schools, rewriting curricula,
and revising texts if we continue to demean and dishearten
the human resource called the teacher on whom so much
depends. Teachers must be better compensated, freed
from bureaucratic harassment, given a role in academic
governance, and provided with the best possible methods
and materials. But none of that will transform education if
we fail to cherish—and challenge—the human heart that is
the source of good teaching.
                                              Palmer, 1998
Four Ps to a New Beginning
(Ending, Neutral Zone, New Beginning)




                                        Bridges, 1980
Fullan, 2010
Making All Systems Go




                        Fullan, 2010
Fullan, 2010
Sustainability Involves Four Things




                                      Fullan, 2010
The Mantra




             Fullan, 2010
           Collaboration


An unnatural act
committed by
unconsenting and
unwilling people
despite their
mutually
benefiting goals.
  We are all caught up
in an inescapable web
     of mutuality.

                  Martin Luther King, Jr.
Kouzes & Pozner, 2003
The Chaordic Organization
THE Key to the success of the Consortium:
Combining Order and Chaos
Fullan, 2008
The Tyranny of OR …The Genius of AND




                 Collins & Porras, 1994, in DuFour, et al., 2004
   Built to Last



 Preserve the
Extraordinary
   Purpose


     AND
                   Consider no organizational
                        chart as sacred
                                    Collins & Porras, 1997
Fullan, 2008
Kukic, 2008
     PIRSIG’S PEARL




CLASSICAL

      ROMANTIC

            ROMASSICAL

Classical Precision with Romantic Style
DuFour, et al., 2004
In theory, there is no
difference between
theory and practice.
In practice, there is.
                         Yogi Berra
The problem:



  Building the plane while it’s flying.
Key Moments




              
There are two principle-centered commitments.
1. Do the right thing.
   Use only those strategies that have a strong
   data base.
2. Do them right.
    Implement them all with passion and fidelity.
Covey, 2002
Kukic, 2009
What we know v. What we do
Bold Action to Get Serious Results
Grow
Deep
        NOT
        JUST
        TALLClark
       Karen Kaiser
Like wind rustling my leaves and bending by boughs, life flows from season to
season. Even in the darkness it moves on, straining for the light. Unfailingly,
the night gives in to dawn.
Life is ever changing, always new. Many yesterdays slip into today. Yet, each
sunrise offers a fresh new day. Tomorrow can never be now and for one of
us…may never be known.
Make the most of your moments and remember, change is not merely
necessary for life,
     Life is change…Growth is optional…
     Choose wisely.
                  The Paradoxical Commandments
                  of Leadership

1.   People are illogical, unreasonable, and self-centered: love them anyway.
2.   If you do good, people will accuse you of selfish, ulterior motives: do good anyway.
3.   If you are successful, you win false friends and true enemies: succeed anyway.
4.   The good you do today will be forgotten tomorrow: do good anyway.
5.   Honesty and frankness make you vulnerable: be honest and frank anyway.
6.   The biggest men and women with the biggest ideas can be shot down by the
     smallest minds: think big anyway.
7.   People favor underdogs but follow only top dogs: fight for a few underdogs anyway.
8.   What you spend years building may be destroyed overnight: build anyway.
9.   Give the world the best you have and you’ll get kicked in the teeth: give the world
     the best you have anyway.
                                                                           Kent Keith, 2002
Mary Anne Radmacher, 2008
You’ve got to dance
like nobody’s
watching and love like
you’ll never get hurt.
            The Secret O’ Life by James Taylor



The secret o’ life is enjoying the passage of time.
Any fool can do it. There ain’t nothin’ to it.

Nobody knows how we got to the top of the hill.
Since we’re on our way down, we might as well enjoy the ride.

The secret o’ love is in opening up your heart.
It’s okay to feel afraid. Don’t let that stand in your way.
‘Cause anyone knows that love is the only road.

Since we’re only here for a while, might as well show some style.
Give us a smile.

Isn’t it a lovely ride? Slidin’ down, glidin’ down.
Try not to try too hard. It’s just a lovely ride.
Now, the thing about time is that time isn’t really real.
It’s just your point of view. How does it feel for you?
Einstein said he could never understand it all.
Planets are spinning through space.
Smile upon your face. Welcome to the human race.
Some kind of lovely ride. I’ll be slidin’ down, I’ll be glidin’ down.
Try not to try too hard. It’s just a lovely ride.
Isn’t it a lovely ride? See me slidin’ down, glidin’ down.
Try not to try too hard. It’s just a lovely ride.

The secret o’ life is enjoying the passage of time.

				
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