How education leaders can balance execution, innovation

09/16/2013 | Education Week

The current education landscape, which includes various education-technology tools, requires a balance of execution and innovation to succeed, asserts Tom Vander Ark, an education advocate, adviser and author. In this blog post, he writes that education leaders should focus on process management, design thinking, community building and personal effectiveness to balance these priorities.

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