Strategic thinking is a valuable trait for organization's to possess and pairs well with strategic planning.
Strategic thinking is not a single event, or an annual occurrence in the way that we might think of strategic planning. Strategic thinking is actually the fertile soil in which great strategic planning is rooted. This type of thinking is a year-round activity. It requires the board to be inquisitive and curious but not suppressive, they need to be willing to seek creative solutions to old problems, and create new opportunities for the organization to grow and thrive. This type of thinking does not happen naturally, but requires a dedicated effort to move in the strategic direction and away from the limiting ways of the past. There are five significant paths that will help ensure that boards are moving that direction.
Five Paths to Strategic Thinking is part of the Strategic Planning Package
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