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How to Think Strategically by Assoc Prof Jerome Couturier, Prof. Davide Sola

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Part 3

The strategic thinking manifesto

This part may well be the most important one for you, as we show you how to multiply your impact on the organisation. After reading and reflecting on parts 1 and 2, we hope that you will want to apply strategic thinking to your everyday work and that this way of thinking will become as natural and instinctive as breathing. Thinking and acting strategically could be your natural way of working. You can be fluent in the language and practice of strategic thinking.

But to gain any benefit from learning a language, there have to be others who also speak that language. If you are the only one fluent in strategy, you are likely to end up frustrated and misunderstood. So what can you do to help others who ...

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