by MTD Training
Publisher: BookBoon 2010
Number of pages: 56
Thinking strategically requires research, analysis, and forethought in order to create a plan for how you will proceed as an organization. In this textbook you'll receive an insight into the strategic thinking and planning process. What does it take to formulate a strategy? And how does strategic thinking differ from normal thinking?
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