One method of continuous improvement highlighted here is the use of the F.I.S.H.Y. process. This is a process that is facilitated by an outsider at first, and the second time through the process your problem solving team begins to take over facilitation. This process of gradual release allows your team to build their own individual teacher efficacy and collective efficacy to tackle concerns in their organization. Generally speaking the F.I.S.H.Y. process is for small problems that can be game planned in one meeting. However, the purpose of the meeting is to delegate tasks, rather than flush out the whole process during the meeting.
Example of continuous processes utilized. in the slideshow include FISHY root cause analysis, student focus groups,