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Published on December 27, 2007

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Changing Organizational Culture for Tomorrow’s Needs:  Changing Organizational Culture for Tomorrow’s Needs Jeffrey R. Beard Director General IBLA Regional conference 10 June 2006 IBO strategy The compound annual growth rate for IB World Schools has been 13.7% over the past 25 years.:  IBO strategy The compound annual growth rate for IB World Schools has been 13.7% over the past 25 years. Added Middle Years Programme Added Primary Years Programme Growth in one year exceeds the 1987 total Cold War ends IBO strategy Growth drivers vary from country to country, but three trends are clear.:  Growing need International-mindedness becoming more important Word of mouth The strongest promotion IBO strategy Growth drivers vary from country to country, but three trends are clear. GROWTH Programme quality The core of our reputation IBO strategy Compound double-digit growth creates challenges …:  IBO strategy Compound double-digit growth creates challenges … Challenges How do we sustain quality? How do we ensure that growth is consistent with our mission? Given that our approach to growth so far has been reactive: IBO strategy … challenges to be addressed through our strategic plan.:  IBO strategy … challenges to be addressed through our strategic plan. Strategic plan Challenges How do we sustain quality? How do we ensure that growth is consistent with our mission? Given that our approach to growth so far has been reactive: PLANNED GROWTH IBO strategy “Planned growth” is about maximizing the impact of our limited resources to…:  IBO strategy “Planned growth” is about maximizing the impact of our limited resources to…  Quality  Access  Infrastructure Enhance the quality of our programmes Broaden access to our programmes for students worldwide, not just the wealthy Build a scaleable infrastructure to ensure high quality school support worldwide PLANNED GROWTH Quality Enhance the quality of our programmes:  Quality Enhance the quality of our programmes  Quality PLANNED GROWTH Initiatives: Curriculum development Professional development Research University recognition Diploma Programme Online Pilot programme starts in September 2008 Potential to broaden curriculum offerings in a school Opportunity to work with students beyond the school gates Online Curriculum Centre Ongoing innovations New Diploma Programme courses Quality Enhance the quality of our programmes:  Quality Enhance the quality of our programmes  Quality PLANNED GROWTH Initiatives: Curriculum development Professional development Research University recognition Professional development Teacher award scheme Consultant licensing Online workshops Working with teachers to enrich practices Quality Enhance the quality of our programmes:  Quality Enhance the quality of our programmes  Quality PLANNED GROWTH Initiatives: Curriculum development Professional development Research University recognition Research Consolidation New focus Need to research the value of the IB Diploma University recognition Over 1500 recognition policies listed on www.ibo.org Concentrating on key universities Access Broaden access to our programmes for students worldwide, not just the wealthy:  Access Broaden access to our programmes for students worldwide, not just the wealthy  Access PLANNED GROWTH Initiatives: Defining access Programme developments Relationships Community development Access Broaden access to our programmes for students worldwide, not just the wealthy:  Access Broaden access to our programmes for students worldwide, not just the wealthy  Access PLANNED GROWTH Initiatives: Defining access Programme developments Relationships Community development Strengthening Middle Years to Diploma transition Diploma Programme Online Career-related education Access Broaden access to our programmes for students worldwide, not just the wealthy:  Access Broaden access to our programmes for students worldwide, not just the wealthy  Access PLANNED GROWTH Initiatives: Defining access Programme developments Relationships Community development Ecuador Ministry of Education: 22 state schools Dutch English A2 Partner school models School Districts Aga Khan Foundation Leverage relationships with like-minded organizations that can help us to develop new IB World Schools Access Broaden access to our programmes for students worldwide, not just the wealthy:  Access Broaden access to our programmes for students worldwide, not just the wealthy  Access PLANNED GROWTH Initiatives: Defining access Programme developments Relationships Community development Schools to Schools Cambodia teacher training Morocco teacher training Universidad de San Andrés research project The Tsunami Appeal established 176 school partnerships and over $1m dollars of support in its first year. Develop access to an international education experience beyond an IB World School: Infrastructure Build a scaleable infrastructure to ensure high quality school support worldwide:  Infrastructure Build a scaleable infrastructure to ensure high quality school support worldwide  Infrastructure PLANNED GROWTH Initiatives: Capacity planning Development New fee structure Communications Management structures At a time of rapid growth, it is essential to plan and invest in service capacity if we are to maintain service quality. Infrastructure Build a scaleable infrastructure to ensure high quality school support worldwide:  Infrastructure Build a scaleable infrastructure to ensure high quality school support worldwide  Infrastructure PLANNED GROWTH Initiatives: Capacity planning Development New fee structure Communications Management structures Friendraising (IB Association) Networking Volunteers Supporters Fundraising Diploma Programme Online Mostar IB Bursary Fund Moving beyond our dependency on school fees Infrastructure Build a scaleable infrastructure to ensure high quality school support worldwide:  Infrastructure Build a scaleable infrastructure to ensure high quality school support worldwide  Infrastructure PLANNED GROWTH Initiatives: Capacity planning Development New fee structure Communications Management structures Diploma $7.8m MYP $-3.2m PYP $-2m IBO surplus $2.6m (2005 Data) Infrastructure Build a scaleable infrastructure to ensure high quality school support worldwide:  Infrastructure Build a scaleable infrastructure to ensure high quality school support worldwide  Infrastructure PLANNED GROWTH Initiatives: Capacity planning Development New fee structure Communications Management structures We aim for … Simplicity – eg. ‘Diploma student fee’ Clarity over what each fee buys Investment in quality Incentives to participate in the full Diploma Recognition of schools with more than one programme No cross subsidisation between programmes Bursary fund to promote access Clear school communication Infrastructure Build a scaleable infrastructure to ensure high quality school support worldwide:  Infrastructure Build a scaleable infrastructure to ensure high quality school support worldwide  Infrastructure PLANNED GROWTH Initiatives: Capacity planning Development New fee structure Communications Management structures New IBO identity system and information pack for schools in 2007 Infrastructure Build a scaleable infrastructure to ensure high quality school support worldwide:  Infrastructure Build a scaleable infrastructure to ensure high quality school support worldwide  Infrastructure PLANNED GROWTH Initiatives: Capacity planning Development New fee structure Communications Management structures Regional directors Functional directors Regional functional managers Matrix management structures for ICT, HR and Finance Changing school cultures:  Changing school cultures What are the challenges for local or international schools….and how might they approach change? Slide21:  The jobs are going to go where the best educated workforce is with the most competitive infrastructure and environment for creativity and supportive government. It is the triple convergence – of new players, on a new playing field, developing new processes and habits for horizontal collaboration – which I believe is the most important force in shaping global economies and politics in the twenty-first century Thomas Friedman, The World is Flat The world is becoming flatter Education systems must evolve:  Education systems must evolve … just as educational systems eventually adapted to agricultural and industrial revolutions, just as they eventually responded to…the invention of print and audiovisual technologies, they will have to adapt as well to the facts of the globalized, knowledge-centered economy and society. Howard Gardner How Education Changes Bringing an international perspective to education:  Bringing an international perspective to education Education’s challenge will be to shape the cognitive skills, interpersonal sensibilities and cultural sophistication of children and youth whose lives will be both engaged in local contexts and responsive to transnational processes. Orozco and Qin-Hilliard Globalization, Culture and Education in the New Millenium Essential elements of an international education:  Essential elements of an international education Understanding oneself in relation to other people Understanding the importance of, and differences in, culture Achieving a balance between different areas of learning Encouraging critical thinking skills Participating in community service Extending national horizons George Walker, director general emeritus Stages of Development Multi-national awareness International awareness Global citizen Global Issues Network Mission:  Global Issues Network Mission to help students realize they can make a difference by empowering them to work with their peers internationally to develop solutions for global issues. Changing school cultures: A useful analogy:  Changing school cultures: A useful analogy Who Moved my Cheese? Spencer Johnson Who Moved My Cheese:  Who Moved My Cheese Four characters: two mice, two little people Initially find cheese…station C One day, no cheese…Sniff and Scurry leave…Hem and Haw stay Sniff and Scurry find new cheese…station N Hem and Haw…still at station C Haw heads out alone…discovers scattered cheese Goes back for Hem But Hem stays behind Haw finds station N…but now avoids complacency Take-away messages Who Moved My Cheese (2):  Who Moved My Cheese (2) Change Happens They Keep Moving The Cheese Anticipate Change Get Ready For The Cheese To Move Monitor Change Smell The Cheese Often So You Know When It Is Getting Old Adapt To Change Quickly The Quicker You Let Go Of Old Cheese, The Sooner You Can Enjoy New Cheese Change Move With The Cheese Enjoy Change! Savor The Adventure And Enjoy The Taste Of New Cheese! Be Ready To Change Quickly And Enjoy It Again & Again They Keep Moving The Cheese. Lessons for IB Schools:  Lessons for IB Schools Step 1 - To Change Or Not To Change Understanding change and deciding direction: Understand the change you are facing Decide what you can do to prosper from the change Step 2 – Who Moved My Cheese? Help your team understand ideas about change Step 3 – Letting Go Of Our Old Cheese Going beyond comfort or fear to prosperity What is holding your team back from making the change happen and getting something better? How you react to change How can change help or hurt you. Lessons for IB Schools (cont’d):  Lessons for IB Schools (cont’d) Step 4 – Imagining Your New Cheese A faster way to get better results Create a picture of something better that changes how you feel Leading you to take new actions to make it real. Step 5 – Creating the Team’s Ideal Outcome Decide on desired results; take action to make it happen Outlining best outcome of the change Determining steps to make it happen Step 6 – Enjoying Our New Cheese Measuring results, celebrating victories Decide how you will measure success and celebrate your wins along the way Finally…a school diagnostic: some questions to ask:  Finally…a school diagnostic: some questions to ask Teacher effectiveness: are you operating as a team today? Staff development? Performance feedback? Dealing with the laggards Are you continually raising the bar? Embracing change? Do you have the parents support and are they intimately involved? Are other stakeholders involved? Students Governance Community & public image Are you developing an “IB culture” of international-mindedness through your curriculum and approach? Conclusion:  Conclusion World is changing: “flat” world requires new skills, ability to leverage technology IBO: changing culture; moving from unplanned to planned growth Change agenda: What does it mean for the IBO? New skills, structures, networks Creating a new paradigm Ensuring quality through re-engineered processes; better management Programme expansion and improvements reflect impact of technology Impact of change for schools :  Impact of change for schools Developing fully competitive/global citizens for the 21st century that are aligned with the IB mission statement! Share common goal: improve educational capabilities for tomorrow’s needs Trend toward international education requires continual self reflection Leadership imperitive: Define and lead change Teambuilding; defining the road together Getting the right people on the bus Involving/communicating with stakeholders

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