K-12 SCHOOL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING
SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT CONSULTING
One Day Blitz available as an Introductory Offer for a limited time
Taking a broader view to support healthy communities, Polk K-12 Consulting is expanding its services offerings to include small to mid-size businesses.
In announcing the expanded services, Darrell Polk, President of Polk K-12 Consulting, said, “We all have to do our part to build and maintain thriving schools. But successful schools require healthy communities and healthy communities require solid, sustainable businesses.
“Struggling businesses aren’t in a position to provide the jobs and tax revenues that communities need to support effective schools. Businesses that generate sustainable employment opportunities for adults result in better communities which support better schools. It all works together.”
The Polk K-12 Consulting school engagement approach is based on proven business transformation models. Therefore, the transition to broader services to the business community is seamless. Both schools and businesses benefit from efficient processes, high performing teams, effective performance management, accountability, and a laser focus on long-term vision and priorities.
As an introductory offer, the Polk K-12 Consulting One Day Blitz will be available for a limited time. The Blitz will provide a high-level, objective assessment of the organization’s business plan, strategies, structure and finances. The Blitz would serve as a stand-alone service or as a building block for a longer term engagement.
Polk added, “We believe that many small businesses can benefit from the objective set of eyes provided through the One Day Blitz – even if they aren’t in a position to support a full consulting engagement at this time.”
The mission of Polk K-12 Consulting is to energize parents, schools, businesses and the community to inspire students to achieve their dreams.
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Waiting for Superman is a powerful place to start a conversation.
Darrell Polk attended the Chicago pre-screening of Waiting for Superman on September 28. The following article is part 1 of his three-part review of the documentary.
Early in the documentary, Waiting for Superman, Davis Guggenheim reminds the audience that he produced two other documentaries that focused on the need for great teachers. His documentaries, Teach and The First Year were acclaimed by teachers and teacher unions. Guggenheim should not expect any similar acclaim for Waiting for Superman. Poor teachers and the unions that protect them are indicted throughout the movie.
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