Strategic Doing for Research Development: Facilitating Collaboration among Faculty
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About the Event
Strategy is really about answering two questions: Where are we going? and How will we get there? Many strategic plans don’t answer one of those two questions – either they don’t have a sense of the direction in which the group is going, or they may have vague vision language without steps to implement.
Strategic Doing is a strategy discipline designed around simple rules to enable teams to form complex collaborations quickly, move them toward measurable outcomes, and make adjustments along the way. Stategic Doing enables leaders to design and guide new networks that generate innovation solutions. Learn more about Strategic Doing here: https://strategicdoing.net/intro/.
At our October Brown Bag event, a panel of research development professionals will share ways in which they have used Strategic Doing concepts and methods to facilitate action-oriented collaborations among higher education research faculty. The discussion will center around experiences of using Strategic Doing tools like creating appreciative questions, identifying hidden and individual assets, building a shared vision, encouraging the role of Chief Doing Officer, and creating a space for equity of voice and equity of contribution. Bring your questions and your experiences to share.