Strategic Doing: Leading Complex Collaborations
STRATEGIC DOING 301: LEADING COMPLEX
The Purdue Agile Strategy Lab, in partnership with the Leslie Harris Centre of Regional Policy and Development, is providing Strategic Doing 301, a 2.5-day training in deep skills, tools, and frameworks of agile strategy and collaboration. Called Strategic Doing, this discipline teaches participants how to design and guide complex collaborations by following simple rules.
Registration Fee: $1,500 +HST (incl. lunch + nutrition breaks during the 2.5 days). Deadline to Register is Monday, October 22, 2018.
Special Rates are available for MUN employees and Not-For Profit Organizations.
WHO BENEFITS FROM THIS TRAINING?
This training is ideally suited to anyone interested in developing skills to lead complex collaborations and to innovate in open, loosely connected networks. Participants in Strategic Doing 301 come from companies, universities, cluster organizations and innovation districts, nonprofit organizations, health care networks, workforce and economic development organizations, and local government. The course has inspired hundreds of collaboration initiatives for communities, regions, businesses, health systems, government agencies, and universities. These initiatives accelerate innovation across organizational and political boundaries.
OUTLINE OF STRATEGIC DOING 301
Throughout the 2.5 days, participants take part in a simulation called "The Strategic Doing Game." Time spent in the simulation is interspersed with theory, practice, and frameworks.
- Introduction to the challenges of Strategy in a complex world
- Overview of the 10 simple rules of Strategic Doing
- Understanding the power of simple rules: Strategic Doing: The Game
- Rule 1: Establishing Safe Spaces for Complex Conversations
- Rule 2: Framing Strategic Conversations
- Rule 3: Creating Opportunities From Hidden Assets
- Rule 4: Linking and Leveraging assets to create opportunities
- Rule 5: Finding the Big Easy
- Rule 6: Setting Success Metrics
- Rule 7: Defining a Pathfinder Project
- Rule 8: Drafting an Action Plan
- Rule 9: Setting a 30/30
- Rule 10: Nudging Homework: Roadmap for applying Strategic Doing
- Certification overview
- Designing strategy workshops and a strategy process
- Practice in guiding conversations
- Report out on your next steps