Taking from the Rbaldizon.com website, this podcast cuts down on text and goes right into the nuts and bolts of how to run an IT operation within a PreK-12 private school in the US or abroad. Matters of tech, interpersonal relationships, supervision, strategic vision, platform design and day-to-day activities are covered by the RBaldizon individually or via interviews with IT directors from across the globe.
17 Subversive Tactics …ahem, Strategies
Over the past few months the IT Office I manage has taken a totally different form. There are now 3 people instead of 2. However, the 2 people that have joined me are not fundamentally trained in IT. My challenge is to train both of them while maintaining operations of the IT Office and plan […]
16 Cheap IT Staff Professional Development …does not exist
I have 2 new members in the IT Office I am responsible for, and neither of them brings any sort of IT certification. I am looking to make one of them a Jr. Sysadmin, but am faced with the challenge that he has no network/server admin experience. Bringing him up to date on network admin […]
#15 – 10 things I do when entering a school/project that is new to me
In this podcast I share my top 10 things to do when you are an incoming director (of any department) and are preparing to come into a learning community that is new to you. You will find that some, if not all, of the topics I break down are useful in one way or another […]
14 Jerry Szombathy – Chinese Int’l School of Hong Kong, China
During the pre-interview conversation I was having with Jerry I was enlightened as to the focus of this podcast. He asked some really good questions about what I wanted to get out of the podcast, and what came to mind was clarity and purpose for this podcast. I hope you enjoy this conversation with Jerry, […]
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