ARMED Goals Refined

Last month’s post about ARMED goals seemed to hit upon some nerves…which is a good thing!  It’s only when “disruption” […]

SMART Goals Are Now ARMED goals

I’m sure you’ve heard the phrase, “Let’s think outside the box.” If we’ve already tried doing that with unsatisfying results, […]

Catholic Schools: “Foundational” to the Parish – Part II

A few years ago when I began this series of articles on systems thinking, one article was titled “Catholic Schools: […]

The Five Choices to Extraordinary Productivity

According to Kory Kogon, Franklin-Covey productivity expert and co-author of “The Five Choices to Extraordinary Productivity” (Simon & Schuster, 2014), […]

Some Thoughts From Matthew Kelly, Author of “The Rhythm of Life,” “Building Better Families,” and “The Dream Manager”

When I saw that Matthew Kelly was coming to speak as a part of the Day for Catholic Men in […]

SIGNS of the Times

This will be a sign to you: You will find a baby wrapped in cloths and lying in a manger. […]

A Little More About Steve Jobs, and How His Approach Led to My 3->4->5 Theory

Tetrahedronics is all about seeing how things work as a system. In other entries in this site, you’ll find why […]

5 Reasons Every Elementary School Needs an Advancement Director – Part 2: Budgeting and Planning for Succession

Last month’s Tetrahedronics article apparently touched a few nerves, so we’ll continue to touch a few more, especially with some […]

5 Reasons Why Every Elementary School Needs a Full-Time Advancement Director

You know the conversations that start out, “I have good news, and I have bad news,” and then the speaker […]

Five Reasons Faith-Based Schools Need to Charge Higher, Not Lower, Tuition

As we approach the end of the calendar year, and budget creation for the 22-23 school year gets underway, this […]