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The Lab continues to develop new tools and frameworks to promote agile strategy and open, loosely connected networks. This type of strategy process is different from traditional hierarchical organizations. Network strategy is based on teams. To provide insight in how teams should be formed, the Lab...

To extend agile strategy into the campus and engage students, the Lab has been developing a partnership with Social Student, and IBM partner company. Social Student is based on IBM technology. The platform provides a safe, secure, reliable and easy to use environment that allows faculty, staff,...

Continuing our work with our Scottish partner, nooQ, we have built a dynamic wireframe of the Strategic Doing Innovation Platform. Using data from our engagements with NASA, we designed the platform to follow the workflow of a Strategic Doing process. The result is a dynamic strategy dashboard that...

The Lab has conducted our third Strategic Doing workshop with NASA scientists and administrators. Our prior work focused on 1) developing a strategic action plan for Space Biology, and 2) strengthening the collaborations needed for a more productive approach to translational research in space life...

In late May, Janet Holston, head of strategic initiatives for the School of Government at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, organized over 40 faculty and staff for a day long introduction to our work in agile strategy. We had the opportunity to meet with the...

We've been working with the Kauffman Foundation, as they begin moving their investments in entrepreneurship research to the next level. Specifically, the foundation is looking to: Strengthen translational research in entrepreneurship; Integrate tightly the three pillars of the foundation's work: Ecosystem development within communities; Individual training...

Over the last few week’s we’ve worked with two high schools: Applied Technical High School in, Bergen County, NJ and the Purdue Polytechnic High School in Indianapolis. In both cases, faculty members are using Strategic Doing to develop innovative programming. Both schools are also beginning to consider...

The traditional approach to developing prosperous communities assumes that communities are mechanical systems. When they fail, when there is a breakdown, we must have a problem that needs to be fixed.  What if this approach is wrong? What if instead of thinking of our communities as...