Jul 2016

When innovating, having the right team matters

To transform any vision in an organization into a concrete, high-impact initiative, having the right people at the table in the right team structure is critical.

Educators innovating in schools too often start without putting the people doing the work in a team where they have the right levers and channels at their disposal to be successful.

This week, the Clayton Christensen Institute released a case study that details the efforts of Leadership Public Schools (LPS), a charter school management organization that operates high schools in California’s Bay Area, and Gooru, a nonprofit edtech company, to co-develop a technology to support LPS’s personalized learning model and improve student outcomes.


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