Tony Morgan’s blog contained a quote that I feel should also apply to an education audience.
- “Not innovating is more dangerous than innovating. The opposite of innovation is not death; it’s mediocrity. In fact, death–or a near-death experience–might be a better outcome than mediocrity because people are forced to rebuild or move on. By contrast, people can cling to mediocrity indefinitely.” Quote from Guy Kawasaki in a recent interview with the Willow Creek Association.
Are we willing to innovate or are we clinging to mediocrity?