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Building collaboration in disaster recovery efforts
Building collaboration in the aftermath of a natural disaster is challenging (an understatement if there ever was one). In the January Third Thursday session, Certified SD Workshop Leader Rob O'Brian and Montanan Steve Harvey shared about their use of Strategic Doing to accelerate recovery from the...
Aligning Technical and Social Systems with Strategic Doing
The US is good at invention but not very good at implementation. We have generated a boatload of Nobel prizes but stumble at the broader challenges of technology adoption and deployment. Why is that? The 75+ Year-Old Blueprint For Our Research System The reason goes back...
Narrowing Our Ingenuity Gap With Innovating Networks
Our ingenuity gap continues to grow. Our inability to design and guide "innovating networks" has led to the gap. But here's the good news. We can close the gap if we practice and master some new skills: designing deeper, more focused conversations that lead to double-loop...
Understanding the Difference Between Goals and Outcomes
Yesterday, a colleague asked why we don't use the term "goals" with Strategic Doing. Instead, we focus on outcomes that we can measure. What's the difference? The drawing below explains. The Challenge Of Adaptive Challenges When we encounter an adaptive challenge -- a wicked problem with...
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