Wednesday, December 14, 2005

#1 Tech Planning Tip

What is your top tech planning tip?

OK, you've just been hired as a consultant for a school that is struggling to develop their new technology plan. To get them started on the right track, you must respond to the following question that they have just asked you:

"What is the #1 most important thing we must include in our technology plan?"

So, as you have read many tech plans and/or you have worked on your own, you must have thought about that singular element that was of most value.

Perhaps it's a clear vision statement. Or, maybe it's a concise executive summary. Maybe it's merely a well-organized, clearly laid-out planning document. Perhaps it is the inclusion of graphics within the document that tell your story in graphical style.

It might be a reminder of something you tried. Or, maybe it's just a great tip that you can offer your client, the school district. Regardless, the question has been asked, so...

Now, it's your turn. Reach down into your bag of tips and pull out the one that is #1 for you.

(I have my own ideas, but I shall wait until several of you contribute yours. Let's learn together!)


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