Insights Into Building Community Through Strategic Doing

January 24, 2018

MeBox Mastermind Presents Scott Hutcheson – Building Community through Strategic Doing

In this MeBox Mastermind we’re talking to Scott Hutcheson.  A social scientist who has studied and practiced strategy and collaboration since 1992, Scott Hutcheson’s focus is on designing and guiding collaborative approaches to strategy in complex systems and he has applied his work in diverse settings like economic development, innovation, business growth, and social change.

Scott has been engaged by nearly 400 industry, public sector, higher education, and nonprofit clients in 30 U.S. states and internationally and he has worked with the White House, Department of Commerce, National Science Foundation, and other federal agencies in the design and execution of strategies to support economic development and innovation in the U.S. economy.

Strategic Doing teaches people how to form collaborations quickly, move them toward measurable outcomes and make adjustments along the way. In today’s communities, collaboration is essential to meet the complex challenges community members face.

Strategic Doing enables leaders to design and guide new networks that generate innovative solutions. It is a new strategy discipline that is lean, agile and fast—just what communities need to survive and thrive.

A look at building community using Strategic Doing – Insights for thought leaders that recognize that Community Design is the most effective way to scale their impact on the world.

Video: MeBox Mastermind Presents Scott Hutcheson – Building Community through Strategic Doing

Strategic Doing teaches people how to form collaborations quickly, move them toward measurable outcomes and make adjustments along the way. In today’s world, collaboration is essential to meet the complex challenges we face


Video: MeBox Mastermind Presents Scott Hutcheson – Building Community through Strategic Doing







Strategic Doing teaches people how to form collaborations quickly, move them toward measurable outcomes and make adjustments along the way. In today’s world, collaboration is essential to meet the complex challenges we face


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