Strategic Doing is "owned" by the Strategic Doing Institute, a nonprofit organization, but it "lives" through the work of a network of practitioners and institutions. A critical set of institutions are official "affiliate" universities. Affiliates have a corps of professionals with experience using Strategic Doing and guiding others in its use, and offer training to interested organizations and/or individuals. The 2.5 day training "Strategic Doing 301: Leading Complex Collaborations" is only offered by affiliates.
If your institution is interested in becoming an affiliate, contact us.
The first four affiliate institutions (more on the way soon) were announced in May, 2018:
Purdue University/Purdue Agile Strategy Lab: The Lab's director, Ed Morrison, developed Strategic Doing and continues to lead its refinement and use at the university. In 2016 the Lab worked with more than 1,500 people to help them apply the principles of agile strategy to a wide range of challenges, including economic development, corporate strategy, nonprofit leadership, higher education reform, K-12 education, workforce planning, organizing student teams, and scientific research direction. Contact: Liz Nilsen (firstname.lastname@example.org).
New Jersey Institute of Technology/New Jersey Innovation Institute: The New Jersey Innovation Institute (NJII) is an NJIT corporation focused on helping private enterprise discover what’s possible. Whether it’s working to solve the grand challenges shared across an entire sector or helping a single company find an innovative way to pursue a new product or market opportunity, NJII brings world-class intellectual and technological resources to bear. NJII's Strategic Doing work focuses on corporations and other organizations focused on technology innovation. Contact: Tim Franklin (email@example.com).
University of North Alabama: The University of North Alabama (UNA)’s Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship offers Strategic Doing workshops and practitioner training to private and public sector organizations. UNA is a sponsor of Shoals Shift. a movement with the goal of expanding the area’s digital technology cluster and building a Tech Hub. The Shoals Shift movement utilizes Strategic Doing to leverage assets in new ways to grow industries such as software, e-commerce internet selling, information technology and industries based on using digital technology. Contact: Mary Marshall VanSant (firstname.lastname@example.org), 256-765-4184.
University of Oregon/Community Service Center: For over 40 years, the Community Service Center has linked the skills, expertise, and innovation of higher education with local planning, economic development, and environmental issues to improve quality of life for Oregon communities and residents. The CSC's Strategic Doing work includes work with communities throughout the state. Contact: Bob Parker (email@example.com).