Wednesday, November 2, 2016

An agile approach helps educators see better financial results to support their students


Someone pointed out today that forgot to post a reference to an article for my usual blog followers... 


Image (c) Blueprint Education, 2016
These two excerpt are from an article published on the Scrum Alliance Member articles section on Aug 24, 2016. It talks a bit about how a new approach can help the business side of charter schools. 
"Central to this turnaround effort was the creation of an Agile culture."

"The discipline of focus produced great results. Relationships also grew deeper from working together through the discouraging times. The result is that the team has developed new competencies, along with an increased confidence." 



If you have an interest in some other posts from this blog about this topic, here are two searches that will give you some more reading material.

link - Agile in Education