ProFound Newsletter - Winter 2011

Posted by Chris Alley on March 1, 2011

Strategy has been defined as a method, series of maneuvers or stratagems for obtaining a specific goal or result. Often times, organizations who fail to apply strategy in their thought, fail to thrive in times of change. Strategic thinking is forward-looking and innovative, and involves:

  • Being a patient decision maker,
  • Considering the context surrounding a situation or decision, and
  • Exercising your brain on a regular basis.

But why? Check out the latest edition of our ProFound E-Newsletter for further tips on mastering the skill of strategic thinking, some notable strategic thinkers of our time and to read up on what is most recently On the Leader’s Bookshelf.

ProFound Newsletter—Winter 2011

Organizational and Leadership Development

Topics: ProFound Skills