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Strategic Doing: A New Strategy Discipline for Loose Regional Networks

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Conventional approaches to strategic planning do not work well to meet the complex challenges we face today. The reason is simple. Strategic planning does not work in open networks. …

Conventional approaches to strategic planning do not work well to meet the complex challenges we face today. The reason is simple. Strategic planning does not work in open networks.

Strategic doing provides a new discipline for developing and implementing strategy within the loose networks that characterize our communities and regions.

Where strategic planning is slow, linear and costly, strategic doing is fast, iterative and inexpensive. Strategic doing is catching on because people can understand it, apply it, and have fun, as they move their ideas into action.

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  • 1. STRATEGIC DOING A NEW DISCIPLINE FOR DEVELOPING AND IMPLEMENTING STRATEGY IN LOOSE REGIONAL NETWORKS ! ANZRSAI CONFERENCE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN QUEENSLAND HERVEY BAY, AUSTRALIA ED MORRISON DECEMBER 2013 !1
  • 2. The Context
  • 3. Flat Earth Moment 1 Mazda Manufacturing Complex Hiroshima, Japan 1983
  • 4. Flat Earth Moment 2 High tech optic factory run by Chinese military 1991
  • 5. Flat Earth Moment 3 Internet tutorial by MIT physicist 1993
  • 6. The Emergence of Strategic Doing
  • 7. Strategic Planning….A lot of thinking …Very little doing
  • 8. Strategic Planning: Built for a hierarchy
  • 9. Strategic Doing….Built for open networks
  • 10. The Starting Point….What’s a Strategy?
  • 11. The Proof Points
  • 12. Proof Point 1 Adjusting to globalization in rural Kentucky Measurable progress in 18 of 23 counties Ohio Edmonson Spencer Owen Scott Fayette Green Lewis Estill Muhlenberg Greenup Morgan Union McCracken Pike Caldwell Mercer Hopkins Hart Metcalfe Adair Rockcastle Knox
  • 13. Proof Point 2 Santa Fe Parking Garage, Oklahoma City, 1993
  • 14. Proof Point 2 Oklahoma City Today Photo by: Luke Barrett
  • 15. Proof Point 3 Development of the Charleston Digital Corridor Ernest Andrade Chief Designer Charleston Digital Corridor
  • 16. Proof Point 4 Workforce Innovations 4 Focus Areas: 60+ Collaborations Scalable Replicable Sustainable
  • 17. Small Business Vitality Rankings, 2011 1. Austin ! 2. Oklahoma City ! 3. Charleston, SC Source: Business Journal Digital Network April 11, 2011
  • 18. Proof Point 5 Demand for strategic doing keeps growing
  • 19. The Lessons
  • 20. Lesson 1 Innovating networks take time and trust to evolve
  • 21. Lesson 2 Open innovation evolves in stages
  • 22. Lesson 3 Innovating networks depend on tight cores, porous boundaries and boundary spanners
  • 23. Lesson 4 Strategy in open networks is a collective discipline that takes practice to master
  • 24. Lesson 5 We move in the direction of our conversations
  • 25. Lesson 6 Moving words into action builds trust
  • 26. Lesson 7 To innovate in open networks, civility is not optional
  • 27. Thank You Ed Morrison edmorrison@purdue.edu

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