Edward Morrison, Scott Hutcheson, Elizabeth Nilsen, Janyce Fadden and Nancy Franklin
Ten Skills for Agile Leadership
It’s time to stop strategic planning and start doing – strategically.
To address today’s “wicked” problems, you and your company need a strategy that emulates the open, loose networks that govern daily life. Edward Morrison, Scott Hutcheson and Elizabeth Nilsen of the Purdue Agile Strategy Lab and their fellow Strategic Doing experts Janyce Fadden and Nancy Franklin offer 10 “agile leadership” skills to optimize your network strategy. The magic happens when members of your network share mutual trust and the courage to change, and combine their skills, knowledge and assets in new ways. The authors persuasively present their tactics as the right approach to complex, ambiguous and unpredictable global problems.
About the Authors
Edward Morrison directs the Purdue Agile Strategy Lab, where Scott Hutcheson is associate director and Liz Nilsen is senior program director. She guides the growth of Strategic Doing and manages the network of colleges that teach it. Janyce Fadden directs strategic engagement studies at the University of North Alabama. Nancy Franklin, of Franklin Solutions, consults with clients on facilitating strategic programs.
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