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This week, we kick off our partnership with Howard University. We are conducting a 2.5 day practitioner training at the beautiful new Interdisciplinary Research Building in Washington DC. Here is a additional background on how Howard University is building its innovation ecosystem.  This past week,...

Kansas State was one of the first universities to bite down hard on agile strategy. Working with Jeff Tucker and Dale Wunderlich  at the Advanced Manufacturing Institute,  we have introduced Strategic Doing to a number of different groups throughout Kansas.  At the end of the...

This morning Scott Hutcheson is introducing agile strategy to the UI Labs Digital Manufacturing & Design Innovation Institute (DMDII). In a morning workshop participants will experience and evaluate our agile, iterative, and collaborative approach to strategy.  If successful after the workshop, DMDII staff will consider broader applications...

Last weekend, we started building the foundation for a new initiative on the Purdue campus through a partnership with the Agile Strategy Lab and the Purdue Graduate Student Government. Called Purdue Grad Ops, the initiative involves a core team of Purdue graduate students who have...

In early January, we headed out to the University of Oregon to provide training in Strategic Doing the 15 staff managers within the university.  Our partners at UO plan to deploy Strategic Doing across the university's professional staff -- every unit from human relations and from...

Two years ago, we began working with the University of North Alabama to bring our agile strategy disciplines to their university.  We conducted a regional workshop in which Craig James, a workforce development professional from Northeast Mississippi Community College attended.  After experiencing excitement in the workshop, Criag...

As part of an NSF grant to transform Purdue's School of Mechanical Engineering, we are forming faculty – student – staff teams.  Each team is focused on a different dimension of the student experience outside the classroom. So, for example, we have teams looking at...

Our international network of universities continues to grow. With these partners, we are developing and deploying new tools, frameworks and platforms of agile strategy. In our discussions with Gary Harris, Associate Provost for Research and Graduate Studies, we began exploring how we could share what we...

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...