I attend a lot of Superintendent events where there are discussions on the digital transitions of districts. These discussions are often about how “we” need to change, and far too often these conversations are being held in very traditional ways. One is left often believing that the changes are about other people and not really about those leading the system.
This past week I was meeting with colleagues from across the continent and leading a conversation around digital leadership for superintendents. What was impressive is that in some very simple ways, Superintendents are finding ways to lead digitally. I do think the questions about whether digital leaders have to lead digitally is really rhetorical. We are part of a learning system, we need to be learners ourselves.
So, what are some easy entry points for Superintendents?
There are so many ways to model the power of the digital tools. There are big…
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