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Strategic Doing: Ten Skills for Agile Leadership in Digital Transformation (online)
March 1 - April 25$895
- What is agile leadership and how is it different than other approaches to leadership?
- Why is agile leadership especially important in addressing complex technical and organizational challenges?
- What are the Ten Skills of Agile Leadership and how do you put them into practice?
- What is the science behind the 10 skills?
Based on the award-winning book Strategic Doing: Ten Skills for Agile Leadership, these are some of the questions that are explored in this seven-week online professional development course designed by faculty at Purdue University and the University of North Alabama (UNA), made available through UNA’s Center for Learning and Professional Development and Purdue’s Digital Enterprise Center, and in partnership with the Digital Enterprise Society.
The course is designed to be fast-paced, interactive, and fun! Using a feature-rich (but easy-to-use) learning platform, the course brings together engaging videos from four of the authors, hands-on exercises from a brand-new workbook, and active peer learning for a learning experience uniquely suited to the times we find ourselves in. You’ll walk away with a set of practical skills to help you become a more agile leader, providing you with a competitive advantage as a manager and/or leader and strengthening your organization.
The tools and approaches taught in this course have been incubated and developed by the Agile Strategy Labs at Purdue University and the University of North Alabama and their partners. These same tools and approaches are being used in a rapidly growing number of organizations across the globe.
Lead Instructor: Liz Nilsen, Strategic Doing Fellow. Learn more about the Fellow teaching corps. (Note: instructors are subject to change)