Professor Bill Ouchi at the Center for Educations Kick Off Lunch, part 2
Written by Tim Hartwell on December 15, 2021
Professor Bill Ouchi (pronounced OH-chi) of the UCLA Anderson School of Management, is an expert in organizational design and a pioneer in the empirical study of K-12 public school management.
On January 22, 150 people gathered in downtown Seattle for the official WPC Center for Education kick-off luncheon. Professor Bill Ouchi is a professor at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, a nationally renowned expert in organizational design, a best-selling author, and a pioneer in the study of the school management. He discussed his groundbreaking research on how putting principals in charge of schools has dramatically raised student achievement in cities like San Francisco, New York, Houston, Chicago, and others.
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