St. Louis Knight Center
PLEASE NOTE: This is a 2-day seminar, and your registration is for both days.
What defines strategic thinking and differentiates it from other forms of analysis? What constitutes a strategic decision, and how should it be formulated? This program will teach you a methodology for thinking strategically to identify your objectives and priorities and develop an agenda for long-term success.
You will learn how to analyze assumptions, information, and frameworks to formulate strategic options for a positive outcome. Most importantly, you will practice your strategic thinking with an eye toward real-world implementationTopics
- Strategic thinking as a mode of inquiry with the purpose of creating and capturing value
- Introduction to strategic thinking tools that will enhance your ability to find, frame, and formulate challenges
- How to tell if an old way of thinking is no longer effective
- Real-world implementation processes through case studies and applied learning
- Apply fundamental tools and frameworks to your workplace challenges immediately
- Identify problems and find better solutions more efficiently and effectively
- Avoid thinking pitfalls and biases that can derail problem-solving
- Determine when an old solution is no longer appropriate, and decide what to do about it
Earn a Concentration or your Advanced Management Certificate
This seminar qualifies for two days out of four in the Strategic Thinking Concentration. Earn a concentration by taking four seminar days in this area within two years, or complete 16 seminar days across four defined concentration areas to earn your Advanced Management Certificate.Price
, John E. Simon Professor of Finance, Olin Business SchoolContactsExecutive Programs