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The Kansas State University Olathe campus presents an opportunity to design the future of the land-grant university within a metropolitan campus. To address these challenges, our colleagues at Kansas State engaged the Agile Strategy Lab to introduce Strategic Doing to faculty and staff from the...

Last week, at the invitation of  the Montana Manufacturing Extension Center (MMEC) and this City of Bozeman, we conducted a draft day certification training in Strategic Doing. In conducting this training we partnered with  the University of North Alabama. UNA is a leading partner for...

We are seeing a growing demand  for our work in agile strategy. Why is this so? We see two major forces are at work. First, the environments in which most organizations operate has become far more complex, fluid and unstable. For the organization, this  more volatile...

From July 24-August 4, our colleague Nino Ardilio from Fraunhofer IAO will be on campus conducting workshops. For the past four years, the Lab and Fraunhofer IAO have been partnering to integrate their work in technology and innovation management. For the past two years, we...

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...

We start with a simple set of propositions: Designing and executing a complex strategy requires a diverse set of skills that rarely, if ever, reside in any single person. A strategic transformation – accelerating growth or innovation, launching new products, introducing new technologies, forming new...

The discipline of agile strategy is designed for open, loosely connected networks. These networks do not stand still. They are complex and shifting.  How do we design and guide collaborations in the midst of this complexity? In a seminal Harvard Business Review article some years ago,...

The next big transformation in economic development is coming. It’s about time. Remarkably, most economic development organizations are still playing a game invented in Mississippi in the 1930s. It goes something like this. Make a quick assessment of your economy to figure out your community’s...