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Category Archives: Innovation

IRIS Model

I’ve had many enjoyable conversations (i.e.arguments) about what is/is not suitable in technology adoption. In many instances, it’s a matter of misunderstanding (determining the context from which different speakers are arguing). In my new found desire to communicate visually, I propose the following: IRIS model of technology adoption. When we encounter a new tool or [...]

Let’s talk systemic change

In recent presentations/discussions, I’ve been making the point that grassroots level approaches to reform in education are being hampered by systemic barriers. The structure of systems of education impedes future innovation. What is required, of course, is a reformulation of educational institutions. As is often the case, we are not entirely without examples. Consider Cisco’s [...]