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Becoming a Strategic Thinker

Developing Skills for Success

by W. James Potter

  • 101 Want to read
  • 21 Currently reading

Published by Prentice Hall .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Study & learning skills,
  • Psychology,
  • Intelligence,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Textbooks,
  • Cognitive Psychology,
  • Education,
  • Higher,
  • Education / Higher,
  • Critical thinking

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages216
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9290213M
    ISBN 100131179837
    ISBN 109780131179837

      Demystifying Strategy provides you with not only the basic strategic tools and techniques but also a thorough understanding of the entire process of strategic thinking and management. Using tips, guidelines and exercises it helps you to assess your own strategic mind and covers key topics such as: the different perspectives on strategy, economic analysis, dynamic competitive positioning. Strategic Thinking Skills is a simple and comprehensive guide to the skills, tactics, techniques, tools, case studies, and lessons behind this all-important process. Discover the world's research Author: Stanley Ridgley.

    In this post, I will tell you the best books on strategic thinking, so far. Unlike making a decision, creating a strategy require more knowledge and experience. And this is something most people aren’t good at. One way to be a better strategist is to (obviously) read books on strategy.   Here are three practical ways to confidently put strategic thinking into practice Most experts say "strategic thinking" is a critical part of leadership, especially if you want to rise to bigger Author: Ron Carucci.

      Here's what you need to do: Encourage and exemplify honest, rigorous debriefs to extract lessons Shift course quickly if you realize you're off track Celebrate both successes and (well-intentioned) failures that provide insight. Becoming a Strategic Thinker: Developing Skills for Success by Potter, W. James and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at


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Written in a personal, engaging style, Becoming a Strategic Thinker guides readers through the hurdles of filtering information to get the most value from it, generating useful and accurate knowledge structures, and communicating that knowledge to others in a powerfully persuasive way.4/5(2).

In order to become a strategic thinker, you need two things. First, you need some guidance; second, you need commitment to working on exercises that will strengthen your skills and build up your knowledge structures.

This book will help you with both of these tasks. In the chapters ahead, you will develop a set of eight skills that are the core tools for strategic : $ Becoming a Strategic Leader provides real learnings, strategies, and ideas that work to make those leaders more effective and the organization more successful." Raymond M.

Burse, vice president and general counsel (retired), GE Consumer and Industrial, General Electric by: To become a strategic thinker, you must read, a lot, on a wide variety of subjects written from a variety of points of views.

Here's a list to get you started. Written in a personal, engaging style, Becoming a Strategic Thinker guides readers through the hurdles of filtering information to get the most value from it, generating useful and accurate knowledge structures, and communicating that knowledge to others in a powerfully persuasive way.

It covers the eight skills necessary to become a strategic thinker: analysis, evaluation, induction, deduction, grouping, synthesis, abstracting, and persuasive expression. It covers the eight skills necessary to become a strategic thinker: analysis, evaluation, induction, deduction, grouping, synthesis, abstracting, and persuasive expression.

A book for anyone who wants to learn to better organize their thoughts and develop more efficient problem-solving : $   Strategy and Strategic Thinking.

Professor Sloan’s book traces the history of strategy, differentiates strategic thinking from strategic planning, describes the influence of culture, and introduces five key attributes for learning to thinking strategically. Books shelved as strategic-thinking: The Art of War by Sun Tzu, Good Strategy Bad Strategy: The Difference and Why It Matters by Richard P.

Rumelt, Think. By addressing these challenges, this book shows students how to become a Strategic Thinker and thereby be more efficient in making decisions about what information to access and then what to do with this information in their courses and their : On-line Supplement.

: Becoming a Strategic Thinker: Developing Skills for Success () by Potter, W. James and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books /5(3). Becoming a Strategic Thinker | This book addresses the biggest issues facing those readers who are in a learning environment today: dealing with the flood of information in all courses and in the culture in general, and learning the most important information to do well in their : Pearson.

By addressing these challenges, this book shows students how to become a Strategic Thinker and thereby be more efficient in making decisions about what information to access and then what to do with this information in their courses and their Edition: 7. The Works of BH Liddell Hart.

I recommend ALL of Hart’s books, from Strategy to Why Don’t We Learn From History to his excellent biographies of strategic geniuses like William T. Sherman. Like Greene, Hart has the ability to communicate and explain timeless truths about strategy and power. To be a strategic thinker, you need to: Be forward-thinking.

"You anticipate and look for opportunities that arise," Grubb said. What needs to change for your Seek input from others throughout the organization. Have a long-term focus. Find creative ways to say "yes" when leaders come to you for Author: Dori Meinert.

Buy a cheap copy of Becoming a Strategic Thinker: Developing book by W. James Potter. This book addresses the biggest issues facing those readers who are in a learning environment today: dealing with the flood of information in all courses and in the Free shipping over $ Becoming a strategic thinker Becoming a strategic thinker is about opening your mind to possibilities.

It’s about seeing the bigger picture. It’s about understanding the various parts of your business, - Selection from The Strategy Book [Book]. It is a practical workbook, as well; do the thinking and practicing and you WILL build skill in being strategic. I would like to give this stars (and I may up my rating).

For me, having read through a fair amount of "classic" business strategy and strategic thinking books and leadership books, Absolutely wonderful and practical/5. Creating Excellence book. Managing Corporate Culture, Strategy, and Change in the New Age. On Becoming a Strategic Thinker.

With Craig R. Hickman, Michael A. Silva. Locating, attracting, and holding customers is the purpose of strategic thinking. Ironically, the planning processes established in most corporations often stifle strategic Author: Craig R.

Hickman, Michael A. Silva. A manager can’t become a leader without strategic thinking, opined by the author. It’s true and if you don’t think you can’t make any decision making because you don’t have the position, authority or thinking muscle, it’s difficult for you to represent yourself as a leader.

Another one of the best books on critical thinking. The 5 elements of critical thinking is a guide on how to effectively become more successful through better thinking.

The author Edward B. Burger, who comes from a mathematical background, provides us .2. Strategic Thinking 43 3. Strategic Acting 83 4. Strategic Influence 5. Strategic Leadership Teams 6.

Making Strategy a Learning Process in Your Organization 7. Becoming a Strategic Leader Appendix A: Strategic Driver Paired-Voting Form Appendix B: STRAT: Strategic Team Review and Action Tool Deep Work is another book to help change your thinking, but it tackles a much more fundamental issue for strategic planners.

When you’re a busy executive, it’s easy to fall into the trap of a reactive, email-based approach to work, where you’re more focused on putting out fires than working on the core aspects of your business.