Building Strategic Agility
A New Business Paradigm Requires an Integrated Approach to Strategic Agility
Building Agile Teams
Bringing together teams with the right mix of individuals and expertise to respond quickly to emerging market shifts, competitor moves, technological innovations, and customer demands is both more important and more challenging for businesses today. Meeting these challenges with greater agility means leaders need to reconsider how teams are formed and sustained. Agile teams will need to adapt how they collaborate, seek solutions, make decisions, and take ownership of outcomes, and do so quickly.
In this course, we will explore a new approach to teams that enables a continuous cycle of:
- Socialization that derives greater value from connections, relationships and networks
- Positive agitation that challenges current business models, questions default thinking, seeks opposing opinions, expects uncertainty, and embraces change, and
- Synergies that create opportunities to share and combine ideas, resources, expertise, or credit — to create a greater outcome
Course Faculty: Scott Koerwer
Dr. Scott Koerwer is an entrepreneur in education and business with more than 30 years of experience, three entrepreneurial startups, and numerous program development initiatives around the world working with senior executives and academic institutions. Currently Scott serves as Vice President for Strategy, Planning and Communication at the Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine, where he is also Vice Dean for Graduate Studies and Professor of Organizational Systems and Innovation.
Scott is a subject-matter expert in education leadership, executive and management education, institutional communication and entrepreneurial programs. Previously he served in leadership and teaching roles at several universities and private companies. Scott earned a doctoral degree in education from the University of Pennsylvania and is an alumnus of the Kellogg School of Management’s Advanced Executive Program.
Each course includes:
- A 5-6 min Content video
- Exercises to be completed offline by participants
- Online correction of the exercises
- Short Assessment
Required Time : 60-80 minutes
Each course can be completed separately or in combination with any other courses from the Building Strategic Agility Series. Participants who complete the nine courses would be eligible for a Duke CE certificate*
This course is part of a nine-course series that enable individuals to build strong strategic agility skills.
The Learning Community Unique Advantages
- A company-dedicated learning environment for the course
- Access to a Forum to share ideas with course participants
- Curated content to supplement the course, including:
- Course one-page summary
- Relevant additional videos, articles