Creating Tomorrow: Planning, Developing and Sustaining Change in Education and Other Public Services
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Creating Tomorrow

Planning, Developing and Sustaining Change in Education and Other Public Services

By Patricia Collarbone

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Format: Paperback / softback, 136 pages
Other Information: 25 bw illustrations
Published In: United Kingdom, 15 January 2009
More so than ever UK schools are being encouraged to think seriously about modernisation and remodelling. This title not only shows schools how to achieve this but it also provides strategies for making change sustainable for the future.This book is about workforce modernisation and cultural change. In the last few years, remodelling has been taking place in UK schools and in local authorities, children's centres, and locally based agencies and services that support young people. Some of these organisations have worked through the remodelling process but others need to and would benefit from doing so. The book will be of benefit to all as its primary focus is on sustainable change rather than simply getting started. Work has recently begun on remodelling in the Further Education sector.

Table of Contents

Foreword by Sir Michael Barber; Introduction; Chapter 1: The Imperative for change; Chapter 2: Remodelling: The early days; Chapter 3: Remodelling: Extending the agenda; Chapter 4: Remodelling: The process; Chapter 5: Remodelling: Making it work; Chapter 6: Remodelling: The change team; Chapter 7: Remodelling: The critical importance of leadership; Chapter 8: Remodelling: Sustaining change; References.

EAN: 9781855394766
ISBN: 1855394766
Publisher: Network Continuum Education
Dimensions: 23.88 x 18.8 x 0.76 centimeters (0.28 kg)
Age Range: 15+ years

About the Author

Pat Collarbone taught for 28 years in inner London and established a reputation for innovation and achievement during her headship at Haggerston School in Hackney. In 1996 she established the London Leadership Centre at the Institute of Education, University of London. In 2002 she was seconded from the IoE as Director of Leadership Development Programmes at the National College for School Leadership (NCSL), a post she held until December 2004. She was a Director of NCSL and the Director of the National Remodelling Team (NRT) within NCSL until March 2005, continuing in this role when the

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