How to Transform a “Concrete Building” into

When a new school/college opens its doors, where does the culture come from? What makes a school feel special to those who spend time there? How do you transform a physical space into a community of learners?

Children learn what they live — it’s true of parenting and it’s true of teaching. Therefore, it is important to create an environment where they experience a life that would build their future. It is done by spreading the right messages through setting right priorities.

An institution's stated purpose and goals set the direction. Measures focus the energy on the outcomes. Processes create habits, and habits drive the culture. You can teach skills and concepts. You can even create momentum (and a few smiles) through inspiration. But investing in skills and inspiration is a waste of money if there are not processes to reinforce your purpose and principles.

'In high performing schools…Teachers feel invigorated, challenged, professionally engaged, and empowered just because they are there.' That is the power of the established culture.

Systems & Processes: must be ingrained into the culture.

"A bad system will beat a good person every time" (W. Edwards Deming, Total Quality Management).

How Does EdXcellence Help?

EdXcellence’s team of experts help fine-tune vision, mission, core values and underlying concepts.

We develop the complete systems and procedures on which the institution needs to operate.

We train everyone how to integrate vision, mission & value systems with systems and procedures.

The crucial differences which distinguish human societies and human beings are not biological. They are cultural.-Ruth Benedict

a Home of “Inspired Learning”?

Culture is that environment. Culture should not be people dependent. People may change - but culture should remain, as the key differentiator.

The creation and continuous refinement of work processes is a mandatory practice in the Results Rule! EdXcellence does this creation!