I am always interested in opportunities to work with clients who would like some help anticipating a range of potential futures for their organization or industry. I am available for speaking, workshop design and facilitation, and research consulting engagements across a number of industries.
My most recent presentation was on the use of Gamestorming techniques and the Business Model Canvas framework to develop online and hybrid courses and programs in higher education:
This is a recent presentation on technology and pedagogical trends in higher education and their impact on undergraduate teaching and learning:
This is an example of the types of applied teaching and technology talks I have given at the University of Kentucky and elsewhere:
I also design and facilitate half-, full- and multi-day workshops that assist my clients in exploring possible scenarios facing their industry or organization, and in applying creative thinking techniques to exploring problem spaces and collaboratively developing solutions among stakeholders.
Here are a few pictures from recent client workshops illustrating the type of activities you can expect to encounter at these workshops:
As part of the University of Kentucky Experience Analysis and Design team, I lead experience design research and ideation across a variety of areas, from online learning to technology selection and integration to advising. An example of this work can be found here, including video and the slide deck containing research and service design.
Finally, I also engage organizations in scenario-building and strategic planning exercises. I invite you to view these examples of scenario excerpts for an organization and for student life/experience.
If you would like to discuss working together, please contact me using the form below: