We are always on the lookout for new collaboration platforms that could integrate the knowledge and workflows of agile strategy. Over a year ago, we found one with a Scottish company, nooQ. The platform combines a visual user interface with machine learning. The platform can be used as a standalone. Or you can sit on top of existing information flows generated by a range of applications, such as Facebook, Slack, and Yammer.
We think that this platform would be particularly helpful in managing complex collaborations within a university. So, for example, we recently held a workshop on autonomous transportation. This emerging area touches on a wide range of interests among Purdue research faculty.
Another application we are exploring involves our work developing a translational research model in space life sciences with NASA.
Recently, nooQ made a presentation to an investors forum in Scotland. You can see the slides of their presentation below:
The Director of the Lab at UNA and co-author of Strategic Doing: 10 Skills for Agile Leadership, Ed’s work has focused on developing new models of strategy specifically designed to accelerate complex collaboration in networks and open innovation. He is the original developer of Strategic Doing.