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After the Lab leads a training in Strategic Doing, we encourage participants to put the skills to work immediately. Here's a good example. Gloria Putnam, with North Carolina Sea Grant, North Carolina State University, attended a workshop we conducted in Delaware With Sea Grant universities in...

For over five years, the Agile Lab team has been donating its time to help civic leaders in Flint, Michigan. Our starting challenge: How could we reduce teenage homicide rates. Below, you can see a video we completed several years ago with the core team that...

The Agile Lab is participating in the work of the Engineering Change Lab based in Canada.  Launched in 2015, the Engineering Change Lab is focused on "unlocking the higher potential of engineering" in Canada. It is composed of 40 leaders from the private sector, universities,...

The Kauffman Foundation's  entrepreneurship initiatives are undergoing transformation. Under the leadership of Victor Hwang,  Kauffman has assembled an impressive team of young professionals with ambitious plans to support the replication of entrepreneurial ecosystems across the country. Victor turned to the Lab for assistance in designing a...

The Lab is partnering with the University of Massachusetts – Lowell to deliver agile strategy training to members of the faculty and staff at the University.  the training involves the Lab's popular Strategic Doing 301, which introduces participants to the disciplines of agile strategy through...

Timothy B. Luzader, Executive Director of Purdue University Center for Career Opportunities (CCO) has connected with us to help in developing a new strategy for the CCO.  Some exciting opportunities are ahead.  the expansion of social media and artificial intelligence create new pathways to engage...

Where continuing our work with the Kaufman Foundation. Our charge involves developing a research roadmap for entrepreneurship. Kaufman is moving to a new level of performance by rethinking its role, its frameworks, and its internal operations. Over time, we see Kauffman leading the development of...