No matter how well researched and written a strategic plan may be, when it comes to changing human behavior, nothing comes easy. Schools are no exception. The autonomous nature of teaching can add challenges other organizations never face.
After a school identifies the vital behaviors that lead to the organization’s goals, they must implement their behavioral change strategic plan in a way that ensures those behaviors will change – even when no one is watching.
In the recent post Leading Educational Change, you learned how to approach influencing behavior of faculty in schools. In this post, you’ll learn how to implement a plan to change targeted behaviors by managing and measuring throughout the implementation process.
To learn more, read Implementing a Technology Integration Plan and see how school leaders can plan, monitor their efforts, streamline focus, and create meaningful activities that lead to behavioral change.