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. As a result, Olin faculty are prepared to deliver their sessions either live, or virtually, as regulations and circumstances permit. If conditions prohibit face-to-face coursework, we will switch affected seminars to virtual delivery via the Zoom platform. Price
, 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