For a decade, Ewan McIntosh’s firm, NoTosh, has tried to help school leaders see that five year plans don’t work. 2020 showed that they’re well and truly defunct. A more agile approach to making things happen is what schools have had some success with. But how do you make an agile approach more sustainable? Leadership teams need a way of working that stops them trying to spin all the plates. Staff, and even students, need to understand how to organise their innovation work from planned success into a prototyping culture that builds on success and learns from failure. Building from his 2017 keynote, Ewan explores the lessons learned from seeing success, and some failures, in the way the people in a school get strategy out of their head and onto the ground.
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