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Episode 5: Strategic Doing - an Agile Approach
Our Bitesize Agility series offers 10-minute snapshots from industry specialists and leaders. In this episode Emily Ruffle, Head of Insights at the Agile Business Consortium is joined by Scott Hutcheson, co-founder and author of Strategic Doing and Professor of Organisational Leadership at Purdue University, to discuss how Strategic Doing came about.
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Bio - Scott Hutcheson, Professor of Organisational Leadership at Purdue University and Author of Strategic Doing
For nearly 30 years Scott Hutcheson, PhD has been helping current and future leaders design, manage, and strategically transform organizations and ecosystems to make them more adaptive, innovative, and competitive. He has been engaged by over 500 organizations from industry, higher education, and the public and nonprofit sectors, from across the U.S. and internationally. He has worked with the White House three different White House administrations in the design strategies and programs related to competitiveness and innovation. He is a professor of Organizational Leadership at Purdue University and serves as a visiting faculty member at other universities, both in the U.S. and abroad. Scott designs and delivers courses and learning experiences that have a global reach. He's taught thousands of learners from over 140 countries. Scott writes for academic journals, magazines, and newspapers. His most recent book, Strategic Doing: Ten Skills for Agile Leadership was released in 2019 by Wiley. It became a #1 Amazon New Release in six different categories and appeared and on multiple lists as one of the Best Business Books of that year.