Posts Tagged ‘kansas’

Connecting to the REACH Collaborative in Kansas City

Through our connections to the Kauffman Foundation, we’ve met with Jon Taylor, a civic  entrepreneur and architect. Jon has developed a model called the REACH Collaborative,  a new type of  incubator designed to rebuild communities. REACH Collaborative is designed to help cities connect, organize and mobilize to solve large scale social and ecosystem challenges. The…

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Our work with Kansas State University

We recently heard from Jeff Tucker, ‎Executive Director at Advanced Manufacturing Institute at Kansas State. Jeff’s work with us to introduce agile strategy into Kansas.  In particular, he is working to integrate Strategic doing into both events and initiatives around Kansas State’s new Olathe Campus.  Jeff is also extending the work into communities across Kansas:  Junction City,…

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200 in Kansas play Strategic Doing: The Game

We completed a leadership training this week at Kansas State University. Our Agile Strategy Lab team led about 200 participants in Strategic Doing: The Game. Participants learned to apply the deep skills of collaboration to design and guide strategies to address wicked problems or seize shared-value opportunities. This approach helps us scale the learning. We can play…

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Our collaboration with Kansas State

Kansas State was one of the first universities to bite down hard on agile strategy. Working with Jeff Tucker and Dale Wunderlich  at the Advanced Manufacturing Institute,  we have introduced Strategic Doing to a number of different groups throughout Kansas.  At the end of the month, Scott Hutcheson and Liz Nilsen  will be in Kansas…

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