Here you'll find links to podcasts - those we produce, as well as podcasts featuring Strategic Do-ers:
Agile Strategy Lab podcast
The Agile Strategy Lab manages the Strategic Doing Institute (among other things). Many, but not all, of the Lab's podcasts episodes feature Strategic Doing. Episodes are short (less than 10 minutes), meant more as an hors d'oeuvre than an entree, and drop weekly. Go straight to the podcast site, subscribe for your Apple, Google, or Spotify podcast feeds, or just listen to a recent episode here:
Liz Nilsen talked with UPenn faculty Wayne Tarken and Stephen Hart for their Learning Aloud podcast, expanding on a virtual conversation with their students about agile HR.
Business Transformation 101: People, Plans, Processes is a podcast hosted by veteran business leader Bill Fejes; he invited Janyce Fadden to reflect on her career in corporate America, including how she interprets what she encountered in a Strategic Doing framework.
Ed Morrison and Liz Nilsen sat down with Tim Logan for Tim's Future Learning Design podcast to discuss how Strategic Doing might be used to bring transformation to education.
Control the Room is a podcast focusing on "meeting culture and how to have magical meetings." Ed Morrison was featured in an episode on Complex Problems & the Clarity That Solves Them.
Ed Morrison's featured on The Deep Dive podcast in an episode titled The Power of Strategic Doing. The Deep Dive is a culture and insights podcast with Philip McKenzie, an anthropologist who uses his expertise in culture to advise organizations on how best to thrive in an increasingly challenging and uncertain environment.
On this episode of The Jinks Perspective (a leadership podcast), Liz Nilsen talks with Patrick Jinks about the basics of agile leadership.
The Digital Enterprise Society has spotlighted agile strategy twice in recent months: the University of North Alabama's Liz Nilsen on Agile Leadership in Digital Transformation, and Purdue's Scott Hutcheson on Agile Strategy & Navigating Digital Transformation.
If you're interested in what agile strategy might look like in a faith-based context, check out this episode of of the Eternal Leadership podcast; Liz Nilsen discusses the idea of collaborative leadership.
On What Works with Jason Todd (a podcast about "what's working and not working in business and life from entrepreneurs, business leaders, and other interesting people"), Jason talks with Janyce Fadden and Rena Cotsones (Northern Illinois University) about Strategic Doing: A Framework for Agile Leadership.
Aga Bajer, a "culture strategist" based in Italy, invited Ed Morrison to discuss Why Strategic Doing Beats Strategic Planning.
Ed Morrison discusses the history of Strategic Doing as well as its place in the arsenal of economic developers, on this episode of Develop This!
ACT (yes, the ACT you remember from high school) has a workforce development podcast, Ready for Work. Ed Morrison talked with them about the application of Strategic Doing in that context.
Systems Innovation uses YouTube for its podcast; Ed talked with host Bowen Yeng about Strategy and Collaborative Networks for Uncertain Times.
The Strong Towns initiative has a podcast called The Bottom Up Revolution - host Rachel Quednau quizzed Ed on improving local collaborations.