I. Three SeeminglySimple Elements

It is most important that you first get an understanding of the Three Seemingly Simple Elements that form the basis for our Systems Thinking Approach to transform and reinvent strategic management (planning and change) from its checkered past. For example, the number of corporate-planning jobs is rapidly decreasing. Planners have become an endangered species. Planning itself, however, has increased as senior executives try to make sense out of today’s turbulent and revolutionary times. Hence the need to reinvent planning and change management, and to do it wisely and effectively. The three simple elements described below will help you in your change effort.

The Systems Thinking Approach provides some very clear ...

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