It’s one thing to have a clear vision for your learning community, but without structures in place, that vision cannot come to true fruition.

If more and more leaders become system thinkers, they will gravitate towards strategies that alter people’s system-related experiences; that is they will alter people’s mental awareness of the system as a whole, thereby contributing to altering the system itself.

-Michael Fullan

inflexion approach: structure

Many organizations are reactionary, rather than strategic, plugging in programs to fill gaps, but become frustrated when the culture of their school changes and the programs become irrelevant. Schools and districts that work for all students have coherent structures, systems, and processes that are aligned with their identity and each other (coherence) to support learning.