“They say that time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.” A great debate could develop from that quote by Andy Warhol, but when the verbal sparring is done, no matter which position you embraced, you may find yourself asking, “Why, if things are going to change anyway, don’t I want to create the change, so I can better deal with the results?”
The November issue of School Foodservice & Nutrition focuses on the topic of change. What is your attitude about change, and how can you initiate new ideas in your operation? Turn to “Making Change” for ideas from school nutrition professionals across the nation. Have you learned that you have fears about rocking the boat at work? Read the advice in “When Big Ideas Go Bust,” a showcase of stories from outstanding school foodservice professionals who have failed miserably--but also succeeded spectacularly.
Next, set your sights on National School Breakfast Week (NSBW). You will want to keep this issue on hand when you start planning for your 2005 breakfast promotion. “Bravo for Breakfast” reveals the research behind the health claims that scientists often make about school breakfast. And “Making a Splash” reviews some of the best NSBW celebrations from 2004. Whether you are taking your cafeteria to the cutting edge or promoting the valuable services you already provide, SF&N is here to help!
Trying new approaches can be a trying experience for all involved.
When Big Ideas Go Bust
Learn how to face your mistakes and move on.
Bravo for Breakfast
The best part of National School Breakfast Week happens after breakfast.
Making a Splash!
Students had a whale of a time at National School Breakfast Week celebrations across the nation.