Scott Hutcheson

Scott Hutcheson

When I'm not teaching a class or workshop, I'm soccer dad to two teenage boys or with my lovely wife working on our seemingly endless list of things that need addressed at our 1932 Tudor Revival home.

Location West Lafayette, Indiana

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  • Let us know how things are progressing, Anette.

  • Let us know how it is going, Liz.

  • Melody, please let us know how things are progressing.

  • Good luck with the new post. Please let us know how you are applying what you've learned in this course.

  • I like the way you are thinking, Philippa. Let us know how things are progressing, please.

  • I hope some of these approaches will help, Luke.

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  • Please let us know how it goes, trying these things out.

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  • Luke, please report back and let us know how it goes.

  • Sorry, that was not clear Liam. I'm not sure I understand your question. Let's keep in touch. I want to be sure this content is relevant to you and your work.

  • Welcome, David.

  • Glad you are here, Amir!

  • Welcome, Niki!

  • Rachel, we've spent a good deal of time in Queensland. Glad to make a new connection with you!

  • Wow, Liam. What an interesting application of the content of this course. Please stay in touch. We want to know what you are finding that is most (and least) relevant to you.

  • Welcome Joyce. We look forward to learning more about you and your interests.

  • Liz, we've done a lot of work in workforce strategy. Let's be sure to keep in touch!

  • Wonderful to have you hear. Martine.

  • Wow, Kristina! That is quite a feat. Also, glad to have you in our course. We've seen an uptick in interest from financial service organizations. Let's be sure to keep in touch.

  • Clint, I've got a soft spot in my heart for those working in community and economic development. So glad to have you in this course.

  • What a fascinating combination of "work" experience! Can't wait to learn more about you and your interests.

  • Happy hunting, Olumide! Glad to have you as part of this course.

  • I hope you find this course valuable, Brian. Glad you are here.

  • So glad you are here, Sheila.

  • Wonderful to have you, Austin!

  • Welcome, Rhea!

  • Glad you gave us a second try, Emma!

  • Shawn, glad you are here. I was in Bristol just a couple of weeks ago. A beautiful city!

  • Glad to have you here!

  • Good luck in your transition, Samuel. So glad to have you as part of this course.

  • I hope you find the course valuable, Zian.

  • Glad you are here. Abubaker and please tell your uncle "thanks" for sending you our way!

  • Glad to have you in the course. Phil!

  • Wonderful to have you, Will.

  • Glad you were able to join us!

  • I really like this progressive approach.

  • Great strategy for gathering some data and potentially expanding the network.

  • That sounds like a good way to move forward.

  • Glad this section was helpful!

  • That's a good example, Luke. In truth we need both hierarchies and networks. Some functions are best executed in the hierarchy but others are not. Being able to do both is difficult. That's why when a traditionally hierarchical organization expresses interest in being becoming more agile and innovative we suggest starting with small experiments.

  • Welcome, Rabeesha!

  • Glad to have you Michael

  • Hi Megan. Welcome.

  • That's a good thought Brian. The unprecedented ability for people to connect with one another is pretty remarkable. I think we're just beginning to understand the power that can being to people.

  • Glad you are part of the course. We so much enjoy being with our Canadian colleagues. Glad to have one more in you!

  • What an interesting combination of experiences and skills you have! Glad to have you as part of the class.

  • Sounds like very interesting work! So glad to have you in the course.

  • That's a wonderful motto, IR!

  • Glad you are here, Mark. Many colleges are using Strategic Doing in lots of interesting ways.

  • Welcome, Sadiq.

  • Hi Molly, Strategic Doing has been used in several different food systems efforts here in the US and internationally. Glad you are here in the course.

  • Wonderful to have you in the class.

  • Hi Kate. Good to know you are close by. Let's be sure to keep in touch.

  • I rarely assign textbooks in my classes anymore.

  • Great insights, thanks.

  • Great example.

  • Good example. We are seeing that on our campus at Purdue as well.

  • There will be a few quizzes.