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Designing and Facilitating a Strategic Doing Workshop. Designing a Strategic Doing Workshop. Strategic Doing is a process that can be used anytime, anywhere and in any group setting. But following a few general principles will help you obtain the desired outcome.

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Designing and facilitating a strategic doing workshop

Designing and Facilitating a Strategic Doing Workshop


Designing a strategic doing workshop
Designing a Strategic Doing Workshop

Strategic Doing is a process that can be used anytime, anywhere and in any group setting.

But following a few general principles will help you obtain the desired outcome.

Designing a Strategic Doing Workshop




What does victory look like
What does victory look like?

A conference call with one or two of the key leaders of the workshop is important. This is usually about a week to ten days prior to the event. What do THEY think victory looks like?


Sample promotional piece

Designing a Strategic Doing Workshop:


What is the purpose of the workshop how do you determine focus areas
What is the purpose of the workshop?How do you determine focus areas?

Suggestions to help determine focus areas are available in the

Exercise folder.


How will the workshop be organized
How will the workshop be organized?

  • Should allow for group participation with multiple work areas designed for spirited conversations

  • Physically organized in round tables:

  • 8 to 10 people per table

  • Each table will be designated as a focus area. In some cases, geography or other means of dividing the group might make sense.

  • (Use table tents, if possible)

When they first arrive, people will sit anywhere

(usually with people they know)

As we launch the workshop, participants will move to the table where they feel they can contribute the most.

Participants at small tables -- 4 or less -- should move to another table


Sample room layout be sure to have a sufficient number of easels and markers
Sample room layout(Be sure to have a sufficient number of easels and markers.)

Table focusing on angel capital

Table focusing on career pathways

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Table focusing on broadband


Allow plenty of room to move around.

Good conversations will happen if everyone can hear their own group without excess noise.



What is the agenda for the workshop
What is the agenda for the workshop?

See samples of the 3 hour and 6 hours workshop that follow


Sample 6 hour workshop ~ 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

What WILL we do?

What SHOULD we do?


Sample 3 hourworkshop ~ 9 a.m. - Noon

What SHOULD we do?

What WILL we do?



What is the strategic doing pack
What is the strategic doing pack?

Find sample packs in the Strategic Doing Toolbox






Wrapping up the workshop
Wrapping up the Workshop action items?

Commit to compiling/posting the days’ outcomes. Everyone wants to know they have contributed to something that leads somewhere….that they didn’t waste their time.

Collect and copy all of the Knowledge Keepers’ Packs.

Use the text to design an overall plan.

Use web 2.0 tools to keep everyone informed.

Designing a Strategic Doing Workshop:


To learn more about strategic doing please contact
To learn more about Strategic Doing, please contact: action items?

Purdue Center for Regional Development

www.pcrd.purdue.edu

877-882-7273

Peggy Hosea

[email protected]


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