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Simple Pleasures: Decorating Is Fun

Just like the title of famed decorator Dorothy Draper’s book, decorating is fun! Or at least, it can be, once you get beyond the practical matters (like covering those windows) and give yourself permission to follow your whims. 653 more words

New Construction

Herculean Undertaking

Did you ever get one of the bees in your bonnet that just won’t go away?  They keep buzzing and buzzing about, hovering in the background, being a pest.  175 more words


Summary of the Forestdale Reconfiguration Planning Team Meeting - 12/4/14

by Stephanie Hall, RPT member/parent

The Forestdale Reconfiguration Planning team members rolled up our sleeves to get to work during our meeting last week!  We started our evening listening to some updates from Principal Marc Smith, as he works to create preliminary plans to organize the new pK-2 Forestdale campus. 614 more words

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Case Solution for Campbell and Bailyn's Boston Office: Managing the Reorganization

Complete Case details are given below :

Case Name :      Campbell and Bailyn’s Boston Office: Managing the Reorganization

Authors :           Anne Donnellon, Dun Gifford Jr. 219 more words


30 Days of Cleaning

Today’s the fourth day of December. That means I have less than a month to get myself and my life organized for the new year. And since the new year is about to start, I’d like to start fresh and reinvented. 167 more words


Launching the Collaborative Design Team for Oak Ridge and Forestdale

A Collaborative Effort: Forestdale and Oak Ridge Collaborative Design Teams

by Trish Hill, Principal – Oak Ridge and Marc J. Smith, Principal – Forestdale

In addition to forming the Reorganization Planning Teams, we determined that we needed a dedicated group of teachers working with us a building principals to support the transition to next year.   582 more words

Elementary Schools

Transformation by Design: Employees at the Epicenter of Corporate Restructuring

When business leaders decide to restructure or reorganize, they are transforming the company and, therefore, must carefully consider the design of such a change. Like an architect who takes months or years to thoughtfully design a building, a company must intricately and carefully plan for change. 513 more words