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"Strategic Doing is a simple discipline for developing a strategy in open networks...For building the collaborations we need to prosper....

"Strategic Doing is a simple discipline for developing a strategy in open networks...For building the collaborations we need to prosper.

We are facing some daunting competitive challenges. To meet them, we need effective strategies now more than ever.

Yet, our approach to strategy is out of date. We are following habits developed thirty and forty years ago.

In today\’s world, prosperity depends on networks. Successful collaborations rely on networks. Innovation happens in open networks.

But how do we develop and implement a strategy in an open network?

How do we guide complex projects with loosely coupled collaborations? That\’s what Strategic Doing is all about." by Ed Morrison

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  • STRATEGIC DOING IN A NUTSHELL These materials are Copyright by Ed Morrison and distributed under a Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution License. You are free to copy, modify and distribute these materials, provided only that you include this copyright notice in your slides.
  • PRESENTER Franklin Delano Williams Senior Consultant The Bobrow-Williams Group, LLC
    • Why networks?
    • Strategic Doing in a Nutshell
    • What Strategic Doing Delivers
    • Regions turning to Strategic Doing
  • We live in a networked world Source: www.chrisharrison.net Internet map of city-to-city connections
  • The iPhone production network Question: Who makes the iPhone? Answer: A network led by Apple
  • Question: How many companies made the “Wizard of Oz”? Answer: One (Metro-Goldwyn Mayer)
  • Question: How many companies made “ Spider Man 3”? Answer: Fifty-six (working in a network)
  • Question: How did regions function in a pre-networked world? Answer: Silos
  • Question: How do regions function in a networked world? Answer: Still Silos
    • Why networks?
    • Strategic Doing in a Nutshell
    • What Strategic Doing Delivers
    • Regions turning to Strategic Doing
  • Strategic planning evolved to handle the complexities of managing large hierarchies... like the military and Fortune 500 companies A small group at the top did the thinking A larger group at the bottom did the doing
  • As organizations have become more networked, older strategic planning models do not work so well. The reason: There is no top or bottom to a network.
  • With Strategic Doing, there is no separation of thinking from doing
  • Most places: People and organizations work in isolation trying their best Strategic Planning: A few people try to sort it all out (but it often does not work) Strategic Doing: A continuous process of aligning, linking and leveraging
  • With Strategic Doing, leaders guide open conversations to translate ideas in to action... Key Insight: People move in the direction of their conversations
  • Strategic Doing is simple, but not easy. It takes practice to keep focused on four key questions... What could we do together? What should we do together? What will we do together? How will we learn together?
    • Why networks?
    • Strategic Doing in a Nutshell
    • What Strategic Doing Delivers
    • Regions turning to Strategic Doing
  • In hours, Strategic Doing generates all the components you need for a sophisticated Strategic Action Plan Strategic Doing is fast, flexible, low cost and (surprisingly) fun
  • Strategic Doing quickly generates “link and leverage” strategies Strategic Doing produces alignments, links and leverage A great example...The new Water Council in SE Wisconsin
  • Gorilla innovation: The One Big Idea Swarm innovation: Dozens of innovations that are aligned, linked and leveraged Strategic Doing produces swarm innovation
  • Southeast Wisconsin -- the Milwaukee 7 region -- used the core “link and leverage strategies to build its water technology cluster Milwaukee, WI
    • Why networks?
    • Strategic Doing in a Nutshell
    • What Strategic Doing Delivers
    • Regions turning to Strategic Doing
  • We used Strategic Doing a core strategy for North Central Indiana Kokomo, IN
  • The Center for Education Innovation and Regional Economic Development -- the Milwaukee 7 region -- used Strategic Doing to define collaborations for disadvantaged youth Milwaukee, WI
  • Idaho used Strategic Doing in a Governor’s Workforce Development Summit Boise, ID
  • North Idaho and South Central Idaho used Strategic Doing in follow-up workshops Twin Falls, ID
  • The RIG Region across MN, WI and IA used Strategic Doing to launch their new strategy Winona, MN
  • Southeast Missouri used Strategic Doing to shape a strategy for its P-20 Council Cape Girardeau, MO
  • Colorado used Strategic Doing to explore new connections in its workforce system Denver, CO
    • Key Points:
    • Strategic Doing is simple, but takes practice
    • Think “process”, not “events”
    • Workshops provide simple ways to get started
    • All materials are free: Creative Commons licensing
    • Strategic Doing is scalable, low cost, flexible
    • The best way to learn is to experiment
    • Purdue is offering a certificate course starting in November
      • VIDEO: “Strategic Doing around the U.S.”, by Ed Morrison - http://bit.ly/cNlbFg
      • VIDEO: “Strategic Doing for Rural Innovation”, by Ed Morrison – http://bit.ly/a22n5m
      • VIDEO: “Reinventing high school in rural Indiana”, Ed Morrison - http://bit.ly/aXwjTj
      • VIDEO: “Launching Strategic Doing In Ponca City”, Ed Morrison – http://bit.ly/98p2kf
    • Bobrow-Williams Group, LLC,
    • 3237 Ramsgate Road, Augusta, GA 30909
    • Phone: 706-729-9710 * Fax: 877-651-2288
    • Email: [email_address]
    •  
    • Sarah R. Bobrow-Williams, Managing Member
    • Franklin Delano Williams, Senior Project Manager
    Questions?
  • THANKS!