This document provides an Introduction to a School Peer Review Programme which involves a number of schools working together on specific themes in relation to the work they are undertaking as part of the IGUANA programme.
This document sets out an assignment which is intended to help IGUANA users apply what they have learned from the Organisational Intelligence (OI) self-assessment and learning programme to address challenges and support innovation in their own school.
This particular Assignment covers: Developing and applying a ‘Theory of Change’
Groupishness – how work groups operate and interact
Introduction to Groupishness: understanding group behaviour and working with identity, diversity and creativity.
Groupishness Module Overview
Technical material including readings, weblinks and other resources to deepen your knowledge
Holding Environment – how leadership and authority works and how risk-taking and change are handled
Introduction to the concept of a holding environment: understanding how structures and systems relate to an organisation’s capacity to risk, experiment and innovate
Technical material including readings, weblinks and other resources to deepen your knowledge.
Learning in Organisations – the school’s capacity for critical review and reflection and how it learns to do better
Introduction to learning in organisations: understanding how to develop a learning organisation and how learning is helped and hindered