Strategic Doing and Positive Deviance

In a turbulent world, strategy becomes everyone’s business. Effective strategy requires us to link, leverage, and align resources to achieve shared outcomes. Collaboration can create new solutions to wicked problems.

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Strategic Doing and the 5 Phases of the S-Curve

Some years ago, Deming told us, “if you can’t describe what you’re doing as a process, you don’t know what you’re doing.” This is where scholars run into trouble. They might have the conceptual insights to describe a process, but they don’t finish “the last mile”. They stumble on the HOW. They can’t tell you how to apply the theory they are describing. 

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Strategic Doing Under the Hood

This graphic takes you under the hood of how an agile strategy process works within open networks, teams, and collaborations, including the development of ecosystems. Here are the key points: 

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Aaron Beck and Strategic Doing

Aaron Beck, the father of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) died this week. He had a powerful influence on the development of #strategicdoing. This strategy practice is designed to create a collective,…

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Situating Strategic Doing

Yesterday, I participated in a learning session with professionals from a large multinational company. One of the first questions: Can you give us some background on your work?  I explained…

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