Who is this workshop for?
The program is open to cohorts of 4-6 from KEEN partner schools. The ideal cohort participant is a faculty, staff, or administrator who is a current or emerging leader in entrepreneurially minded learning at your institution.
Your institutional cohort will form the initial core team addressing your own complex, systemic entrepreneurial mindset (EM) challenge, though the makeup of the core team may change over time, and this group will not be doing all the work. After all, this is a process for building collaborative capacity!
What is the time commitment?
All cohort members must commit to participating in the 3-hour synchronous Strategic Doing workshop (or sending an enthusiastic stand-in in the event of a conflict). This is because the range, diversity, and vitality of the ideas and plans generated at the Strategic Doing workshop depends on having 4-6 participants from an institution at the (virtual) table together.
How do we apply?
An institutional cohort wanting to participate in the program will be asked to complete a single, short application, including names and roles of the participants and a description of a complex, systemic challenge the cohort wants to address. The idea is to point toward a desired institutional entrepreneurially minded learning (EML) future without presuming what the specific solution might look like.
The application page will provide additional guidance and examples of how (or how not to) construct this description. For reasons that will be explained in the workshop itself, the phrasing of the challenge matters.