Article published on mastering a new management information system

31/10/2016 12:47:05 | WCBS

Recognising that all key staff should have input into choosing a new MIS is the quickest way to successful uptake.

Often it is the senior leadership team who make the decision about a new information management system on behalf of the entire school, even though they tend not to be those who will use it day-in, day-out.

This, coupled with the fact that many people don’t readily embrace change means that if a school wants to reap the benefits sooner rather than later, then appreciating the need for widespread input during the consultation and selection process will greatly help when the system goes live.

The November issue of International Teacher Magazine includes an interview with WCBS’ Neil Butcher as part of an informative article on not only the steps to take to select key staff right from the start, but how to evaluate feedback and clearly identify the school’s needs to compile a statement of requirements.

Read the full article in International Teacher Magazine.


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