How to Think Strategically
Sharpen Your Mind. Develop Your Competency. Contribute to Success.
About the summary
Greg Githens, in How to Think Strategically, draws from his experience as an employee and as a consultant, for an array of organizations: fast-growing entrepreneurial companies, family businesses, large businesses, government agencies, military, universities, and nonprofit community and professional organizations. Find the personal relevance in Githens’s examples and questions. You will be rewarded with competence and mastery that will benefit you in all areas of your life.
In This Summary You’ll Learn:
- The difference between strategies and goals.
- To identify the microskills needed for strategic thinking.
- Understand why ambiguity is a precursor to great strategy.
- How curiosity sparks insight for forward thinking.
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