The Five People You Need in Your Life

A number of years ago, “The Five People You Meet in Heaven” by Mitch Albom was published.  While this work […]

Five Obstacles Schools Must Overcome To Succeed Today

A number of summers ago, I read “The Challenger Sale,” by Matthew Dixon and Brent Adamson.  It’s based on the […]

Are There Really Six Secrets of Change?

I’m not much of a reader of books – unless they’re “business” oriented.  Books I currently have on my shelf […]

Five Categories of Development “Clients”

Some of the hundreds of the faith-based and private schools I visit with each year invariably tell me, “We’re in […]

The Five Element Theroy

If you’ve read the article “Systems Thinking for Education: Not a New Concept” as part of the Good To Know […]

5 Ways to Increase Revenue

It’s no secret that in faith-based schools, there have been many discussions about the school’s “nature.”  Is it a business, […]

5 Ways to Reduce Your Stress

Even though the holiday and holy day season is over, there are probably still significant stressers you’re experiencing.  Sad to […]

Why a Tetrahedron?

There are several constructs I use to explain systems thinking, and differentiate it from linear thinking.  One is The Karve, […]

Why “Tetrahedronics?”

“Quintelemental” (or “Pentelemental”) is an adjective.  To effectively describe the need for five elements within every system, a noun is […]

5 Wishes For Your New Year!

In the spirit of “pentelemental” systems thinking – that is, any successful system has to have at least five elements […]