Tony Gurr

Culture, Climate and REAL Quality…

In Uncategorized on 18/06/2011 at 7:58 am

Since we started discussing accreditation and ran the second of our “Çay ve Simit interview” series (with Engin from YU), this post on REAL QUALITY has become very popularso I have decided to re-blog it for those of you that might have missed it.

It raises the issue of whether we can really have a “culture of quality” before we have a “culture of learning”… and I thought it would be a nice reminder of some of the issues we will look at in our final (for now) post on accreditation.

 

Culture, Climate and REAL Quality… A few weeks ago, I talked about educational institutions getting to grips with the new vision of “next practice” in organisational culture that has been emerging over the past few years. In fact, this post has become the most popular we have put up on allthingslearning – I wonder why? The point with such models is that they are radically different to the type of “culture” many of us “grew up” in – and perhaps radically different to the “climate”Read More

via allthingslearning

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