Strategic Thinking

PT7850
Summary
Strategic Thinking can be defined as the way people in an organization think about, view, assess and create the future for themselves, their team, and the organization. More than simply reacting to day-to-day or long-term problems and opportunities, it is concerned with creating the future. Strategic thinking is not the same as critical or analytical thinking, although it can benefit from these approaches during the process. It usually requires changing our present paradigms or ways of thinking, relating and performing.Learn in this workshop how to take charge of the future by being proactive: by defining the results you want to create for your organization or your clients and stakeholders.
Prerequisites
There are no prerequisites required for this course.
Duration
2 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This course is designed for anyone who wants to develop their ability to proactively create and achieve a vision for the future.
Topics
  • Introduction
  • Strategic Thinking
  • Creating our Future
  • Related strategic processes
  • Five Essential Skills for Strategic Thinking
  • Tools and techniques
  • Strategic Planning
  • Communication Skills
  • More on Strategic Negotiating
  • Implementing Strategic Thinking

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