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Strategic Doing: Leading Complex Collaborations, Washington, D.C.
January 6 @ 8:00 am - January 8 @ 1:00 pm
Take part in 2.5 days of engaged learning and join an active, national network of Strategic Doing practitioners. This course will help you design and implement agile strategies using Strategic Doing, an adaptable process that uses lean principles to rapidly build complex collaborations and leverage them to move toward measurable outcomes. Expand your ability to lead collaborations: explain this new approach to strategy, discover what works and expand upon it, design and lead Strategic Doing workshops, create and guide sophisticated collaborations, find new opportunities and quickly take action, lead strategies without command and control.
Because we need to reserve instructor time and facilities far in advance of the training, the following cancellation policy applies to your registration:
0-2 weeks in advance – we’re not able to offer a refund, but we can give you credit for another 301 that’s offered by the Purdue Agile Strategy Lab – in general, this includes all trainings for which you register through Purdue and are making an individual payment (rather than being part of a group registration) – for any questions, email email@example.com. You can also choose to transfer your registration to a colleague.
One month in advance – 50% refund, or credit as described above
Two months in advance – 100% refund
The Agile Strategy Lab may occasionally find it necessary to cancel a workshop due to low registration numbers. Registrations are dependent on having a minimum number of people to cover the costs of the workshop. IF the need to cancel a workshop should arise we will notify you at least 2 weeks prior. If you are traveling to the workshop, please feel free to check in with us prior to finalizing your travel arrangements. If we cancel the workshop due to low enrollment, we will transfer your registration to an open Agile Strategy Lab workshop or issue you a full refund.
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