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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...

A group of researchers at Purdue are focusing their energies on autonomous transportation. Another is looking at Indiana's role in Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things. In particular, they want to leverage a new set of technologies around roll-to-roll manufacturing of low cost sensors....

Over the past year and a half, we have been partnering with the New Jersey Innovation Institute to design and test new approaches to agile strategy and accelerated innovation. We are also working closely with our partners at Fraunhofer IAO. Our work focuses on integrating...

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...

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...

Commercialization of federally funded research at universities faces a bewildering array of obstacles. The reason: innovation — the translation of knowledge into value (or money) — emerges from continuous knowledge flows. Unfortunately, these knowledge flows can be easily blocked in multiple ways. Taken together, these knowledge...

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...