Creating a Culture of Empowerment and Accountability at St. Martin de Porres High School (B) Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Change is hard for everyone, but may be more difficult for school administrators and other nonprofit organizations. The role that culture plays in the mission-run organization can often be a barrier to change. This case uses a unique educational institution, St. Martin dePorres school Cristo Rey Network to illustrate the importance of culture in the implementation of changes. It demonstrates how leaders can articulate a vision and develop a strategy to change the organization and the movement to success. The case focuses on the leadership team of Mike Odiotti Main and Assistant General Judy Seiberlich and how they used the cultural change as a key driver for school success. This success was defined improved performance, greater accountability for students, faculty and staff and more, empowering constituents. It includes an overview of how the school's leadership team used data to drive decision-making. This case is ideal for MBA students, managers of nonprofit management and school management, and can be used to illustrate the change management, nonprofit management, culture change, a mission-driven strategy and school leadership. It addresses the critical issues facing the organization and provides the tools and tactics that can be applied to the mission managed enterprises. "Hide
by Liz Livingston Howard, Gail Berger, Sachin Waikar Source: Kellogg School Management 13 pages. Publication Date: 01 February 2011. Prod. #: KEL515-PDF-ENG

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