Here’s what some of the people we’ve worked with say about our approach:

  • In neighborhoods besieged by complex, wicked problems, Strategic Doing creates hope through the power of taking action with the assets or gifts that we already possess. In that moment when we combine assets we begin to tell a new story of opportunity and possibility. Strategic Doing gives us the power to change our lives, our neighborhoods, and our communities.

    Bob Brown, Michigan State University – https://msu.edu/

  • Strategic Doing allows a business to quickly identify an interested ecosystem of local businesses that have a collective interest in and capability to solve a defined customer problem. The process plays to the strengths of the ecosystem and does not bias a solution to what the “prime” has to offer. It instead seeks to leverage what the ecosystem/team has to offer.

    Todd Tangert, Lockheed Corporation – http://www.lockheedmartin.com/us.html

  • The Strategic Doing approach might be one of the most effective ways of implementing change on campus. It is outcome driven, but more importantly, it is adaptive. Our diverse team of faculty and administrators have pivoted many times because of the continuous feedback that we analyze and plug back in into the decision making process.

    Ilya Avdeev, Director and Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee – http://UWM.edu

  • When Strategic Doing is incorporated into the culture of an organization, it is possible to not only drive new innovation and more rapidly achieve desired objectives, but at the same time energize a team or teams to achieve more with less individual effort.Those that approach Strategic Doing as a practice will learn new strategic approaches and tools to more effortlessly manage growth or strategic change of an organization.

    Christi Bell, University of Alaska – https://www.uaa.alaska.edu/academics/business-enterprise-institute

  • The result of the cooperation fostered through Strategic Doing for us has been development of a new initiatives without adding any overhead or administrative costs— every resource comes from linking and leveraging our existing strengths.

    Craig Lamb, Rowan Cabarrus Community College – https://www.rccc.edu/