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It's all about networks. A year ago, we conducted a Strategic Doing training at Rowan Cabarrus Community College (RCCC), north of Charlotte. We  conducted the training at the invitation of Craig Lamb, vice president of corporate and continuing education at RCCC.  Formerly, Craig had been with Ivy...

Recently, the Christian Science Monitor carried a story about Kokomo's rebirth.  the article explores how citizens in Kokomo are bringing back the city through collaboration. “We are the poster child for showing how you can take a community at the bottom and come back and prosper,”...

Some time ago, the Agile Lab got a call from our colleagues at Indiana University. They wanted us to help form faculty teams to submit proposals to the IU Grand Challenges. We worked with three teams; 22 teams submitted proposals; 5 teams were selected as...

The Whistler Center for Carbohydrate Research has become one of the centers on campus that has embraced agile strategy has a way to build faculty industry collaborations more quickly. This morning, we introduced agile strategy and our discipline of Strategic Doing to the Industry Advisory...

We are now designing our third 2 day workshop for NASA. We started with Space Biology. Next, we focused on building collaborations between Space Biology and the Human Research Program. Now we are designing a workshop among units in two different directorates. In addition to Space...

Can you design a new major simply by recombining existing courses? Can we link and leverage our existing courses in new ways? Yes. If you think differently. Sometimes the pathway to transformation is more easily achieved by creating something new rather than attempting to “fix” something old. Pfeffer...

We have been busy preparing designing new courses for agile strategy and collaborative leadership. We've been working on three. Executive Education in Strategic Doing.-- We have a new executive education course design for practitioners. The curriculum is focused on teaching the 10 rules of complex collaboration. Online...

In August 2016, during a faculty retreat for the School of Mechanical Engineering, we launched teams to begin  the transformation of the School. (We are working under an NSF grant. We launched this work under the umbrella of re|course. You can visit the re|course web...