Strategic Thinking - TWO DAY PROGRAM (Virtual Session)
November 10, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
November 11, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
What defines strategic thinking and differentiates it from other forms of analysis? What constitutes a strategic decision, and how should it be formulated? The program teaches an effective methodology for identifying your objectives and priorities and for developing an agenda for long-term success.
Strategic thinking frameworks and systematic problem formulation
Cognitive biases, thinking traps, and behaviors that undermine good decision-making
How to analyze assumptions, information, and perspectives to formulate options for a positive outcome
The process for consistently implementing strategic thinking frameworks to real-world contexts
Immediately incorporate fundamental tools and frameworks to workplace challenges
Develop explicit, structured-thinking processes that lead to better decision-making
Diagnose challenges correctly in order to solve the right problem and drive better outcomes
Practice new strategies in case presentations and company-specific situations
Earn a Concentration or your Advanced Management Certificate
This seminar qualifies for two days out of five in the Strategic Thinking Concentration. Earn a concentration by taking five seminar days in this area within two years, or complete 15 seminar days across three defined concentration areas to earn your Advanced Management Certificate.
*The current healthcare situation requires that the Olin Business School provide participants with learning conditions that protect the health of participants, business school staff, and faculty. Thus, for the foreseeable future, Olin Executive Education seminars will be appropriately modified to be delivered via Zoom and our new Learn.WashU platform. Olin faculty are well-versed and adept at working with these technological solutions to maximize participant learning and content quality.
, Frahm Family Professor of Organization & Strategy; Brookings Non-resident Senior Scholar in Government Studies; Associate Dean and Director of the Brookings Executive Education, Olin Business SchoolContactsExecutive Programs