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Improvement Science Through Networked Improvement Communities: Leadership of Continuous Improvement with, of, and Through Information Technology
Improvement science through networked improvement communities offers leaders of IT a systematic approach to quality improvement in education, which can be applied when implementing IT in schools.
KeywordsContinuous improvement Organizational learning Networks Participative decision making Educational change
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