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Last week, we released a paper, along with a presentation at the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) conference. From 2013-2016, we worked with the Pathways program of the National Center for Engineering Pathways to Innovation (Epicenter). Pathways was an effort to create a "tipping point"...

We're on the road next month for one of our most popular offerings, a 3-day training in using Strategic Doing. Strategic Doing 301: Leading Complex Collaborations will give you practical tools you need to begin and maintain conversations that lead to transformation in organizations, communities...

I returned Sunday from a wrap-up event in Albuquerque - under the leadership of the engineering outreach initiative of New Mexico State University, teams of high school teachers and university mentors from all over the state have spent the last eight months working on ways...

Not the trucks - we're headed to Granite City, Illinois in early February to work with a large group of people that are passionate about the future of that city - once home to a thriving steel plant, but now looking for new ways to...

If you're looking to build the innovation potential of your community or region, we can help. Lab director Ed Morrison sums up our experience in a news article from Charleston, South Carolina: "It's gotten to a point now where I think we have enough understanding of...

The Purdue Strategy Lab's resolution for 2017 is to take advantage of the growing number of opportunities to help people think differently, behave differently, and do differently. Last fall's events demonstrated that more than ever, we need ways for people to make change happen in their communities...

The last of lab director Ed Morrison's thoughts from Australia (catch up with Parts 1, 2, 3) The Sunshine Coast, north of Brisbane, includes a number of small towns. It's a village of villages.  not surprisingly, each of these towns has a Chamber of Commerce. The...

Continuing from lab director Ed Morrison - catch up with Part 1 and Part 2. Across Australia, 20 to 30 primary health networks operate to promote health and well-being. The primary objective is to keep people out of the hospital. These networks are a relatively new...

Continuing from lab director Ed Morrison's notes from his recent trip to Australia (if you missed Part 1, click here): In one of the most bold social transformations in the country's history, Australia is changing dramatically how it addresses the needs of the disabled. Up to...