Agile Wayfinding: Navigating Your Path to Success

Agile Wayfinding is a process and philosophy. In a world of rapid change, we have to be flexible as individuals and organizations to adjust to changing circumstances while remaining oriented towards our goals for success. Success comes in many forms, but they all share the quality of how we will leave an impact on the world. 

My work helps people individually or in organizations navigate their path to success. I focus on three areas:

Change Management

In my professional life, I am a change agent with a track record of leading organizational change. As a professor, I have also taught hundreds of students the application of social theory to practical applications. I have also delivered a wide range of speeches and presentations in person and online on these topics. My writing and consulting services focus on the theme of "how to change the world." That can mean individual change, change within a team or organization, or change on society-wide level. My goal is to have an impact on the world by helping others, and I do want to create barriers to achieving that goal. As a result, initial consultations are always free of charge. If my work creates value for you, you can buy me a donut as a gift. Donuts yum! 

Personal Success

I work with individuals to plan their pathway to success including education, careers, and personal productivity. Learning is essential for a future based on knowledge and innovation. What do you need to know to be prepared for what comes next? How do you gain that knowledge? I offer coaching services to select individuals.

Teaching and Learning

I work with individual teachers and educational institutions on how to effectively support learners. My work on Indie Teaching empowers anyone who wants to teach to offer courses outside of the traditional walls of schools and publishers. The current fourth industrial revolution places greater expectations for educational systems to support life long learning. At the same time, formal educational systems are being confronted by changes in demographics and technology. These changes provide both risk and opportunity for organizations that effectively plan for the future.

About Me

I am Chris Davis (or Dr. Chris if you like fancy titles). I am an educator and entrepreneur with over twenty-five years of success delivering leadership excellence to maximize the impact and development of individuals and organizations. I am a futurist studying how technological and social changes influence individuals, organizations, and society. I am on a mission to help people use information to create a better world. I have worked with nonprofits concerned with how to use data on the human dimensions of global change and on improving healthcare at the community level. I started my own consulting business that worked with government, education, and private companies. I have been a professor and leader in higher education working with educational institutions and other organizations to leverage data to drive improvement in student learning and to facilitate change to prepare for the future. My wife and I with our ten children split our time between central Florida and Maryland.

You can check out my published books on my Amazon Author’s Page.

For details on my professional background, I am on LinkedIn.

I am known to answer questions on Quora.

My dissertation is available here.

I write poetry as Jack Swipeout.

Contact Me

If you want to talk about a potential collaboration, to discuss an idea, or with a specific question, you can do so in two ways:

Schedule an Appointment

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All opinions and view points here are my own and do not represent the opinions of any employer past, present, or future. Any resemblance to the view points of anyone else is purely coincidental. I am not able to accept gifts where that would represent a conflict of interest.