“Doing More Together” Case Studies in Strategic Doing and Economic Development
As economic development practitioners, we face “wicked problems,” problems that are complex with no clear pathway and cannot be done alone.
In their book Strategic Doing, Ten Skills for Agile Leadership, authors Edward Morrison and Janyce Fadden provide a new framework for thinking about addressing complex changes and how to leverage our networks to do more together through action-oriented collaboration.
Hear from the authors and practitioners to discover ways to build true collaboration within your networks which will help you identify clear pathways to addressing pressing issues within the economic development profession.
- Janyce Fadden, Co-Author: Strategic Doing (Wiley), and Director of Strategic Engagement: University of North Alabama
- Edward Morrison, Founder: Strategic Doing Institute, Co-Author: Strategic Doing (Wiley), Senior Research Fellow: The Conference Board, and Director, Agile Strategy Lab: University of North Alabama
- Mary-Marshall VanSant, Director, Center for Learning & Professional Development: University of North Alabama
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