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Chief Decision Maker

This blog has a recurrent theme: I’m interested in corporate policies that organizations may try to foster the culture of innovation. The only requirement for making the cut is that this policy must be… 456 more words

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Prioritizing Deeper Professional Learning

David Price, in his book Open, describes how this access has created a  “messy and at times chaotic phenomenon… It has changed how we live and learn, socially. 598 more words

Katie Martin

I Love You, I Love You Not… (Our short-lived romance with Chief Innovation Officer)

Oops! It turns out that we don’t love a Chief Innovation Officer anymore. Just a short time ago, Chief Innovation Officers (CINO as per popular abbreviation) were heralded as a new frontier in innovation management. 590 more words

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Don’t Fire Me: I’m Innovating

It is election season here in the United States, and the stump speech–a standard, boring and short on substance pitch delivered by the acting and aspiring (and often uninspiring) politicians–is back in vogue. 397 more words

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Purposeful Professional Learning (Professional Learning That Shifts Practice- Part 1)

As our society evolves and schools work to meet the needs of learners, educators need to develop new skills, knowledge, and mindsets.  Working with teachers across diverse has given me insight into how they want to learn and what they want out of their professional learning opportunities. 749 more words

Katie Martin

Get it right: how to help startups succeed

Given the increasingly important role startups and other small businesses play in today’s economy, supporting them should be considered a policy that will have a profound positive effect on the global economy. 413 more words

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They Want to Change the World So Let's Help Them Learn How

Recently I have read a lot of articles from the perspectives of “millennials” from how they use social media, how they are lost in school and how they interact but what strikes me is the themes of social justice and empathy that are present across these different articles. 662 more words

Katie Martin