Point of View | October 27 | BeecherHill

The Strategic Leader

In a recent article for Harvard Business Review, Ron Carucci discusses the lack of strategic thinking among top leaders.  The problem is two-fold, with executives reporting they have no time to think strategically and expressing confusion about how to approach the process of strategic thinking.  He outlines three strategies to promote strategic thinking, including identification of the strategic requirements of one’s role, uncovering patterns to focus resources and inviting dissent.

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