Cyclic implementation

We believe that a cyclic approach is beneficial, as it enables you to build solid foundations on which to develop your processes without spending an unrealistic amount of time on getting started. We have used our collective experience to apply the lessons we have learned over many years to develop this approach for schools to help them to implement successful best practice from the outset.
The first edition of our material is available now and each section defines the steps we believe are sufficient for you to introduce best practice in each of the processes in your school.
The cyclic approach is illustrated in this diagram:
FITS cyclic approach
The FITS ethic is ‘keep it simple’. FITS also promotes a cyclic approach to its implementation: start small and make continuous improvements.
This first set of material introduces the processes with easy to follow instructions and simple tools to use. When you have implemented the processes, you will use the tools to gather information to make further improvements and thus enter the next cycle.
This process of refinement allows you to implement best practice in manageable, bite-sized pieces. You will therefore reap the benefits from an early stage and not be overwhelmed by extra work.

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