Invite in the aard-VARK


The very first project of the Agile Strategy Lab – back when we were at Purdue – was overhauling its educational offering: Strategic Doing practitioner training. Strategic Doing had been…

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Plugging the “ingenuity gap”

A few years ago, there was a growing buzz about the “ingenuity gap.” The question posed by author Thomas Homer-Dixon was whether the world’s problems have outstripped our ability as…

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Revisiting S-Curves

Agile strategy lab S curve like a road

Rethinking S-Curves has been on my mind lately. One of the most enjoyable parts of my work at the Agile Strategy Lab is working with Strategic Doing practitioners who are…

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5 Ways to Be an Agile Leader

Leadership can feel like an endless journey in putting out fires: circumstances can change at a moment’s notice. Here are 5 ways to be an agile leader: Use cognitive diversity…

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Jumping Curves

In our Strategic Doing trainings and in the book, one of the core concepts is the idea of “jumping curves.” Individual organisms, technologies, and economies all obey the principle of the S-Curve

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