Seminars vs. Systems

After being in the district analytics field for a few years now, we’ve become familiar with quite a few of the organizations, products, and services contributing to district-wide efficiency and effectiveness. From seminars for district business officials and administrators, to non-profits aiding in the cause for process improvement, awareness and opportunity to improve efficiency and effectiveness at school districts is …

Enlīt Newsletter – Winter 2015 – Workshops, Grant, Consulting Services

Enlīt releases Winter 2015 Newsletter! President Steve Pereus shares with us about our relationship with Cuyahoga Educational Service Center and also digs into our efforts in applying for the Ohio Straight A Innovation Grant. The network newsletter will be a quarterly update from our president, Steve Pereus. He will address changes and enhancements to Enlīt products and services, as well as provide us with …

Lean, Performance Management, and Analytics in Education Workshop Series led by Enlīt’s owner, Steve Pereus

This week, we would like to announce a 4-date workshop series led by Steve Pereus, owner of Enlīt. The series is on the application of lean, performance management, and analytics in education. Held at the ESC of Cuyahoga County, the workshops will be starting this December, and run through May 2016. For more information, or to learn how you can RSVP, please click the “Read more…” link …

Our Observations at the 2015 ASBO Intl Trade Show in Dallas – Part 2

Last week, we touched on our experience at the 2015 ASBO Intl Show in Dallas. We reflected on our observations from years past to this year and how much of a difference there has been in the chatter and buzz about district analytics in education. We had said if at first, folks were scratching their heads about what performance management …

Our Observations at the 2015 ASBO Intl Trade Show in Dallas – Part 1

Last week, the Enlit team hit the road and miraculously arrived without a scratch in Dallas after a tenuous journey, avoiding the storms and Hurricane Patricia in the region. We are always excited to be a part of the annual ASBO Intl Conference, as it is a kind of reward for the work we’ve put in throughout the year. Having the chance …

The Science of Successful Teams – Past the Mystery – Part 2

In last weeks blog, we looked at the importance of communication and how we exchange information with individuals on our team. MIT’s Human Dynamics Laboratory showed us with the data they retrieved from badges worn by people on teams, that successful teams had some defining characteristics regardless of the intellectual abilities of the team members. These would be actions such …

The Science of Successful Teams – Past the Mystery – Part 1

This weeks blog is part one of a two part series that floats into more of an ancillary place on the district efficiency and effectiveness spectrum, albeit nonetheless important. We’ve talked a lot about the emerging importance of analytics and performance management tools outside of the classroom in education, and the ensuing responsibility that follows for leaders to act on the identified …