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  1. businessas usual disruptive innovations

  2. Current leadership models are inadequate fordisruptive innovations (a 2008 K12 Online presentation) Dr. Scott McLeoddangerouslyirrelevant.org

  3. What is adisruptive innovation?

  4. Disruptive innovationschange the game.

  5. more than needed

  6. good enough

  7. more than needed good enough

  8. more than needed good enough

  9. more than needed good enough

  10. more than needed good enough

  11. more than needed good enough

  12. good enough

  13. more than needed good enough

  14. more than needed good enough ?

  15. Effective leadership fordisruptive innovations

  16. Good organizations with good people will disappear if they don’t understand the ‘natural laws’ of disruptive innovation.

  17. more than needed good enough

  18. more than needed good enough

  19. It’s very difficult for existing successful organizations to become dominant players in the new market.

  20. It’s much easier to create a new organization - or buy one - than it is to turn an existing organization around.

  21. It’s difficult to analyze the unknowable.

  22. First-mover advantage is important when it comes to disruptive innovations.

  23. Implications forschool leaders

  24. K-12 education is facing a disruptive innovation. It’s personalized learning.

  25. The existing educational model is not a given.

  26. All of this is going to sneak up on most school organizations.

  27. We’re in here somewhere! Cycles 1-20 Cycles 21-25

  28. ? more than needed ? schools good enough

  29. We’re moving this direction! Cycles 1-20 Cycles 21-25

  30. 2019

  31. To survive, school organizations must structure themselves to comply with the ‘natural laws’ of disruptive innovations.

  32. Don’t wait until it is ‘good enough’

  33. Don’t wait until it is ‘good enough’ Start with underserved student groups