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Title: The Baldrige Model of Excellence


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YOU are LEADERS of the change process
  • Are you feeling the heat of communicating the
    vision of change?
  • Have you sensed some anxiety, resentfulness and
    resistance from staff?
  • Are you wondering why you signed yourself up for
    this???
  • Have you asked yourself why are we doing this
    quality stuff again???
  • Then this presentation is for YOU!

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Quality Liaisons
  • Definition (NOUN) Leaders assisting in setting
    and communicating direction at the school level--
    role models for quality and continuous
    improvement within their own classrooms

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Todays Purpose
  • To Review
  • Why we are here
  • What we are trying to do
  • Why we are trying to do it
  • How we will do it
  • (How we will laugh/have fun while doing it ? )

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Whats Your Definition of Quality?
  • Every organization needs to understand what
    quality is and what it isnt. If we cant define
    it, we cant accomplish it!!!

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The Big Question???-Why Quality and Continuous
Improvement?
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Why Quality and Continuous Improvement?
  • Answer The World Has Changed

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The World is Flat
  • Numbers Gap
  • Education Gap
  • Ambition Gap

Thomas Friedman
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3 Factors Change the Game
  • America is now part of a global economy
  • Worlds economy based increasingly on information
  • Low cost countries are now able to compete on
    talent

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Employment 2010
  • High Skill
  • Low Skill

Semi Skill
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Changing Jobs
  • None of the top 10 jobs in 2010 exists today
  • -Former Ed. Secretary Richard Riley
  • The average person today will have 10 - 14
    careers
  • The average job will last 3 5 years
  • -U.S. Department of Labor

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Our Challenge
  • How do we create the learning environments that
    engage this generation?
  • How do we equip these students with the skills
    and knowledge they need to be competitive in a
    global, information-based economy and
    contributing citizens?

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Why Quality and Continuous Improvement?
  • Answer Students need a different set of skills
    to compete in todays world

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What Should We Teach?
  • Critical thinking skill areas must be addressed
  • Information processing skills
  • Information presentation skills
  • Independent problem solving skills
  • Interdependent team-working skills

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21st Century Learning Skills
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So What Will Help Us Get There?
  • Continuous Improvement Process Tools (4-Quality
    Levels) PDSA
  • Data Driven Decisions
  • Systems Thinking
  • Alignment and focusing on the critical few

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Changing Mindset
  • A paradigm is any set of rules or regulations
    that defines boundaries and tells you how to
    behave.
  • Paradigms help us get
    through the day, but they
    also can work against us.

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Look at the words and name the colors you see.
Dont name the words you read.
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Some Are Resistant To Change
Reactions to the 4-Quality Level roll-out to
staff!
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Change Process
Rebuild
SHOCK
Acceptance
Depression
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CHANGE is more a matter of CHOICE and WILL than
of ABILITY or CAPACITY. The question is Do
you really want to?
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Why Quality and Continuous Improvement?
  • Answer To align 33 schools and get everyone on
    the same page

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Why This, Why Now?
  • Mission To develop world-class learners and
    responsible citizens
  • Core Value Data Driven Decisions
  • Goal Improve all student performance, enhance
    social, emotional behavioral development

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Aim of the Organization
Goals and Measures
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Aligned Acts of Improvement
Building Leadership Teams Setting
Communicating Direction
School
Improvement
Plan
Critical Few GOALS
Programs and processes
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Connecting Stakeholdersto District and School
Strategic Plans
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Alignment The Starting Point
GOALS
GOALS
vs.
This
This
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Getting alignment is sometimes like herding cats
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Its About Alignment!
  • Can we get everyone rowing in the same direction?

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Why Quality and Continuous Improvement?
  • Answer To speak the same language, to set and
    communicate direction

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The 4 Quality Levels
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Leadership
  • Requires leaders to set and communicate direction
    consistent with stakeholder
    requirements
  • How do leaders set and communicate direction?

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The Critical Role of Walking Your Talk Simply
put If the leaders dont get significantly
involved with the effort, no one else will take
it seriously.
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Continuing The Quality JourneyThe Future
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PDSA - Deployment Teams (265 Individuals/49
Teams)
  • Action Research Deployment Team Workshops
  • Elementary
  • 129 individuals / 24 teams
  • -Middle School
  • 42 individuals / 7 teams
  • -High School
  • 42 individuals / 4 teams
  • -Support Services
  • 52 individuals / 14 teams

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  • PDSA Deployment Teams
  • Set communicate direction at the
    school/department level
  • Learn quality tools and the PDSA process
  • Develop skills as a Building Leadership Team

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Quality Liaison Network
  • 67 Quality Liaisons (from the schools and support
    services departments)
  • Meet monthly
  • Support continuous improvement at the building
    and department level
  • Modeling quality tools and processes
  • Assisting with the deployment of the
    4 quality levels
  • Building internal capacity and
    support

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Other Training Opportunities
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Web Site Support
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School Focus
  • Continue Action Research teams
  • Utilize quality tools and the PDSA process for
    data driven decisions
  • Continue to align student, classroom, school and
    District actions
  • Connect all employees to CSIPs and the District
    strategic plan
  • Continue driving toward student ownership and
    accountability for learning
  • Deploy the 4-Quality Levels (3-5 years)

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  • Our work is never done, it is like building a
    plane while flying it

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Why Quality and Continuous Improvement?
  • Answer To provide the highest quality education
    possible while preparing students to be
    successful and achieve at high levels

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Quality Liaisons
  • Definition (NOUN) Leaders assisting in setting
    and communicating direction at the school level--
    role models for quality and continuous
    improvement within their own classrooms

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  • Today/Updates
  • Research Links on web site
  • Adding additional Quality Trainers
  • SMART Goals- Hands-on Experience
  • May 3rd Liaison Meeting
  • Quality Level feedback- May 3rd debriefing the
    roll-out
  • Changes in Quality Level documents
  • Review of early childhood levels

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SMART GOALS
  • What are they?
  • How do you write them?

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SMART GOALS
S pecific, strategic M easurable A
ttainable R esults-oriented T ime-bound
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S.M.A.R.T. Goals
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Aligning School Improvement Plans to the District
Strategic Plan
SMART Goals
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SMART Goal Template
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SMART Goals
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SMART GOALS Examples
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Improve This Goal
  • Every student will show evidence of one year of
    growth in mathematics each year in attendance.

SPECIFIC - MEASUREABLE - ATTAINABLE - REALISTIC
- TIME-BOUND
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Improve This Goal
  • Reduce levels of non-proficient students by 10
    in all eight-grade sub groups on ITBS reading
    comprehension.

SPECIFIC - MEASUREABLE - ATTAINABLE - REALISTIC
- TIME-BOUND
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Improve This Goal
  • Students will show one years growth in Language
    Total as measured by ITBS.

SPECIFIC - MEASUREABLE - ATTAINABLE - REALISTIC
- TIME-BOUND
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At your table improve the goals
  • Practicing writing SMART Goals

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SMART GOALS
  • A Case Study

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At your table, complete the case study
  • Practice writing a SMART goal

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