New technologies continue to emerge at an ever-more rapid pace and globalization brings with it new markets, new customers, nontraditional competitors, and new challenges. As a result of these forces, companies find that their strategies need almost constant redefinition.
This describes the framework for managing a business's responsibility to take action in three time horizons at once: executing the present core business at peak efficiency (Box 1); taking steps to avoid the inhibiting traps of past success (Box 2); and inventing a future built on breakthrough ideas (Box 3).
Being strategically competitive in today's chaotic and complex global environment requires a different way of looking at how we approach strategic thinking.
This highly experiential program uses a leading-edge methodology and unconventional, research-based content to practice the core elements of strategic thinking. Attention is focused on providing a comprehensive grounding in what strategic thinking is, a compelling grasp of why it is relevant, and original ways to improve.