Posts Tagged ‘university’

Strategic Doing 301: Purdue University

This 2.5 day training takes place on the Lab’s own territory, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. This very interactive session will give you the tools you need to lead collaborations in which “no one can tell anyone else what to do.” You’ll learn what makes these collaborations work (and go astray), and how to guide conversations…

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Strategic Doing 301: University of Missouri

The Purdue team is heading to University of Missouri for this 2.5 day training. This very interactive session will give you the tools you need to lead collaborations in which “no one can tell anyone else what to do.” You’ll learn what makes these collaborations work (and go astray), and how to guide conversations to move…

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The Ohio State University And The Columbus Way

We completed our second-largest training in agile strategy at The Ohio State University. (Our largest was in Puerto Rico with the University of Puerto Rico-Mayguez).  Sponsored by Ohio State University’s Office of Outreach and Engagement, our training brought together the diverse class from across the university and the community. Participants included  professional engagement staff, professionals…

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Connecting to East Stroudsburg University

East Stroudsburg University anchors the economy in the Poconos. Mary Francis Postupack, Vice President of Economic Development and Entrepreneurship recently contacted the Lab with a problem. Each year, the university holds an economic development conference for the regional economy. Here’s the problem: According to Mary Francis, participants are simply tired of the talking heads. How…

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University of South Dakota | Center for Disabilities

Our Lab traveled to South Dakota to partner with the University of South Dakota and the Center for Disabilities. The Center manages a wide range of relationships to improve the quality of life of South Dakota residents with disabilities. During a one-day session, Scott Hutcheson introduced the basics of how to manage a network using…

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Training at the University of Oregon

Over the past three years, the Lab has been building a partnership with the University of Oregon to become a affiliate in the Strategic Doing university network.  Earlier this month, Liz Nilsen of the Lab traveled to Eugene to assist Bob Parker of OU’s Community Service Center in conducting a 2.5 day training in Strategic Doing. …

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Partnership with the University of Massachusetts – Lowell

The Lab is partnering with the University of Massachusetts – Lowell to deliver agile strategy training to members of the faculty and staff at the University.  the training involves the Lab’s popular Strategic Doing 301, which introduces participants to the disciplines of agile strategy through an engaging 2.5 day workshop. This partnership grew out of…

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Memorial University: An Engagement Leader Joins Our International Network

Memorial University, based in St. John’s, Newfoundland, is a recognized global leader in University engagement. For the past two years, we’ve been sharing our work in agile strategy with the Harris Centre, Memorial’s hub for engagement activities. Last week, we conducted a two and a half day training in Strategic Doing with 20 professionals drawn…

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Lab’s Emerging Partnership with the University of Central Florida

The lab has partnered  with the University of Central Florida on a grant proposal to the national Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST). The  proposal explores the emerging promising practices among 55 universities developing innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystems.  the Association for Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) and its Commission on Innovation, Competitiveness and Economic Prosperity…

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