Are you interested in increasing your school, district or organization's productivity? Join Dr. Jack Grayson in the second of his Grayson series as addresses Waste in Education.
In these times of financial scarcity in education--an everywhere else--there's a source of funds you may have overlooked: cutting waste out of your system. If you think of the tip of an iceberg as the value-added work that produces desired results in schools, everywhere below the surface is waste. It's massive. Yet many educators don't know how to find it, measure it, analyze it or create an action plan to reduce it. There is a solution!!
Join Jack Grayson, Founder and CEO of APQC, as he delineates a proven methodology to cut waste and free up time and dollars that directly impact student success. Learn how to make transformative improvements without job elimination and blanket cost reductions. Find out how to remove activities and expenses that don't add value and uncover hidden funds in your school, district, or state.
Interested in increasing your school, district or organization's productivity? Join Dr. Jack Grayson in the first of his series as he addresses the measurement and enhancement of productivity.
Dr. Grayson has a bachelor's degree from Tulane University, an MBA from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, and a doctorate in business from the Harvard Business School. His academic career has included professorships at Harvard, Stanford, Tulane and SMU as well as teaching at schools in France and Switzerland. He has also been a Dean of two business schools--at Tulane University and SMU--where he became known for instituting innovations in business education.
For the past 27 years, Dr. Grayson has led APQC as they have worked with business, healthcare and government to help these sectors re-structure and improve. APQC does research, training, provide information services and technical assistance, and create publications, in areas such as productivity, quality, benchmarking, measurement, employee involvement, knowledge management and others.
While one can say that productivity and quality are Jack's and APQC's focal points, it's clearly obvious that education is their passion. This series will zero in on just how education can increase their quality and productivity to support the needs of the students.
For additional biographical information on Dr. Grayson and his team, visit this URL: http://www.apqceducation.org/about-us/the-team.html