Date of Submission
Doctor of Education
International school, Professional development, Organisational change
This Organisational Improvement Plan aims to outline how to improve the organisation and delivery of professional development at a for-profit international school in the Middle East. It examines the organisational context of the school, and the structure of the greater system of which it is part. The role of its regional context is discussed, with the effect on the operation of the school made plain. As a vision for change must rest on solid theoretical foundations, the conceptual lens through which the problem of practice is explored, as are appropriate issues that arise in relevant literature. It then examines the various values of the stakeholders in the school. With these analyses completed, it outlines a tripartite approach to remedy the dearth of effective planning for professional learning. This allows the Organisational Improvement Plan to create a one-year change implementation plan that hopes to improve the delivery of professional development in the organisation.
Johnson, N. (2019). PD in International Schools: Getting the Right Message Out. The Organizational Improvement Plan at Western University, 86. Retrieved from https://ir.lib.uwo.ca/oip/86