Webinar: Boiler Room to Board Room: Showing Your Work Matters

Sometimes, the dynamics of our operations do not allow us to prepare and expose a diagnosis with the appropriate technical data, with the correct information, using the ideal indicator, so we can not transmit our information through good communication, we finally lost the opportunity to present our results properly, do you know how to identify the correct data for a specific presentation? How to use your operations data to communicate your information? This Tuesday, August 7, 2018, at 10 a.m. Pacific / Noon Central / 1 PM Eastern, the webinar is scheduled: «Boiler Room to Board Room: showing your work matters» for School Planning and Management


School Planning and Management says: «When you come in to work, you may not know what the day holds. What kind of projects will be thrown your way? How your team will perform? What fires will need extinguishing? While you’re not expected to predict the future, it’s crucial that you know how to track and report on what you’ve done and what you’re doing. That way you’ll be able to show exactly what your team has completed and, when the time comes, present the right data to secure more resources»

With this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • Why data is important and what data to use
  • What to consider for repair vs. replace conversations
  • How to effectively use operations data to communicate
  • Specific key performance indicators that prove efficiency and justify hiring and budget increases

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School Planning & Management is the information resource for professionals serving the K-12 education market. SP&M features solution-oriented feature articles, product supplements and special reports including regular columns on: Facility Planning, Maintenance and Operations, Safety and Security, Technology, Business and Finance, and the Learning Environment.

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