A step-by-step guide to successful innovation

Matthew Longman brings us back to basics with a look at the true purpose of innovation – to add value to your school – and provides a model to ensure this purpose is met.
Innovation mind map

Innovation – it’s a word we see everywhere. Magazine’s, government reports, school mission statements are all using it and have been for some time, but why does it continue to grab our attention and is it all a bit of a myth or is it something we should be investing more time in? We would argue the latter, but you can’t just decide to be innovative, that would be too easy. The rewards on offer are plentiful, but like anything you achieve well in your school, successful innovation will require structure, leadership and resources.

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