II. NOT URGENT –                                          IMPORTANT    I. URGENT – IMPORTANT      •   Preparation/Preventi...
State assessments are an “autopsy” report.
Let’s have a momentof silence for TAKS.
Educators will not be driven to extraordinaryeffort and relentless commitment to achievethe goal of increasing student per...
30,000 ft. Data -National(NAEP, SAT)
20,000 ft. Data -State (TAKS)
10,000 ft. Data -District (CCAP)
1,000 ft. Data -ClassroomCommonAssessments
Test scores will take care of themselves whenschools are passionately committed to helpingeach student develop the knowled...
In Denton ISD, the word “goal” means WIG, orWildly Important Goal.
Discipline 1: Focus on  the Wildly Important  Wildly Important Goals (WIGs): The vital few  ‪  goals that must be achieved...
The Power of FocusAlign Systems          61
WIG BuilderAlign Systems   63
WIG BuilderAlign Systems   64
ExampleIncrease academic achievement of economically‪disadvantaged students in science from53% to 62% by August 2007Align ...
LEADThe‪term‪“Lead”‪is‪another‪way‪of‪saying activity/action the school willtake to achieve their WIGs.Great Teams invest ...
Discipline 2: Act on  the Lead Measures  The 80/20 rule states that 80  ‪  percent of results flow from  20 percent of act...
Link school goals to team goals.
Include the         inthe goals.Focus on
What gets monitored gets done.
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  1. 1. II. NOT URGENT – IMPORTANT I. URGENT – IMPORTANT • Preparation/Prevention• Crises • Planning Pressing problems • Relationship building• Deadline-driven projects • Innovation/Creativity• Meetings • Empowerment• Preparations • “Escape” activitiesTHESE USUALLY GET DONE. • Work-life balance THESE ARE HIGH IMPACT – MAKE THEM A PRIORITY! III. URGENT – NOT IMPORTANT IV. NOT URGENT –• Interruptions NOT IMPORTANT• (Some) phone calls • Busywork• (Some) mail/email • Junk mail• (Some) reports • (Some) phone calls• (Some) meetings • Time wasters• Many popular activities
  2. 2. State assessments are an “autopsy” report.
  3. 3. Let’s have a momentof silence for TAKS.
  4. 4. Educators will not be driven to extraordinaryeffort and relentless commitment to achievethe goal of increasing student performance onthe state test by five points.
  5. 5. 30,000 ft. Data -National(NAEP, SAT)
  6. 6. 20,000 ft. Data -State (TAKS)
  7. 7. 10,000 ft. Data -District (CCAP)
  8. 8. 1,000 ft. Data -ClassroomCommonAssessments
  9. 9. Test scores will take care of themselves whenschools are passionately committed to helpingeach student develop the knowledge, skills,and dispositions essential to his or her success.
  10. 10. In Denton ISD, the word “goal” means WIG, orWildly Important Goal.
  11. 11. Discipline 1: Focus on the Wildly Important Wildly Important Goals (WIGs): The vital few ‪ goals that must be achieved to fulfill the purpose, or nothing else you achieve really matters much. Pretty Important Goals (PIGs) are goals that ‪ represent the many good things you can do. PIGs are the enemy of WIGs!Align Systems 61
  12. 12. The Power of FocusAlign Systems 61
  13. 13. WIG BuilderAlign Systems 63
  14. 14. WIG BuilderAlign Systems 64
  15. 15. ExampleIncrease academic achievement of economically‪disadvantaged students in science from53% to 62% by August 2007Align Systems
  16. 16. LEADThe‪term‪“Lead”‪is‪another‪way‪of‪saying activity/action the school willtake to achieve their WIGs.Great Teams invest their energies in the fewactivities that have the most impact on theirWIGs. To achieve goals that have never beenachieved before, teams need to do thingsthey’ve never done before.
  17. 17. Discipline 2: Act on the Lead Measures The 80/20 rule states that 80 ‪ percent of results flow from 20 percent of activities. As a team, you must ask ‪ yourselves: What critical activities, if done with excellence, will have the greatest impact on results?Align Systems 65
  18. 18. Link school goals to team goals.
  19. 19. Include the inthe goals.Focus on
  20. 20. What gets monitored gets done.

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