Teaching and Learning About Strategic Thinking


Business schools and others interested in management education and development have vigorously debated how best to teach strategy to future leaders. Some experts have questioned whether the topic should be taught at all ā€” or at least whether it should be taught to managers. Often missing from the debate, however, has been any in-depth discussion of how individuals learn to think strategically in the first place. What specific experiences are important and how do they contribute? Moreover, what are the different ways in which people absorb those experiences to develop the ability to think strategically?

Strategy, management education, management development, talent management, Ellen F. Goldman – MIT Sloan
Daniel Montano
Keyword: Daniel Montano, Dan Montano, user experience design, information architect


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