Who would have imagined a few months ago that (for many of us) all of our work would happen from in front of screens in our homes? That’s where we find ourselves. The need for us to collaborate has never been greater – whether in our organizations or globally. And yet, our set of tools for doing so seems woefully inadequate.
We began talking about a year ago about an online course to complement Strategic Doing: Ten Skills for Agile Leadership. Then, several months ago, we were approached by the Digital Enterprise Society about partnering to offer a customized version specific to organizations pursuing digital transformation. And today, we’re opening up registration for Strategic Doing: Ten Skills for Agile Leadership in Digital Transformation.
The seven-week 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.
We’re also using this course as the first to incorporate something we hope will soon be a standard part of the Labs’ educational offerings: a digital badge for learners that successfully complete the course.
Learn more – including how to register – about this new course, which starts May 18.
Liz shepherds the expansion of the Lab’s programming and partnerships with other universities interested in deploying agile strategy tools. A co-author of Strategic Doing: 10 Skills for Agile Leadership, she also focuses on the development and growth of innovation and STEM education ecosystems, new tool development, and teaching Strategic Doing.