What you will learn:

Using the model for Strategic Thinking Acting and Learning developed by Dr. Jim Rand and the process for Critical Thinking, you will understand the differences between strategic and tactical thinking and when to apply one or both.

  • Clear, analytical and objective thinking in complex, ambiguous situations
  • Disciplined, results-oriented decision making
  • Development of reasonable, consistent, creative action plans

Length:

Four Half-day sessions

Purpose of this course:

To learn the fundamental differences between critical and strategic thinking. Learn to apply the Strategic Thinking Acting and Learning model to resolve business issues and improve organizational performance.

About Seattle Research Partners, Inc.

Seattle Research Partners meets the learning needs of managers, supervisors, and individual contributors in organizations. Whether you are a small business owner, a human resource professional, a department manager or a senior executive, our PEAK Learning Program™ is designed to offer you top-quality learning and development experiences. We are educators and business leaders committed to the full development of professionals no matter their field or industry.

Program taught in:
  • English

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Sep 2020
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