Blog Posts for strategic thinking

Continuum Thinking

by Jay Cone

Jay Cone writes about strategic agility – and how a tolerance and ease with ambiguity is vital in today’s business environment.

Continue Reading >

Workplace Diversity: Lessons from Einstein

by Deborah Rocco

When solving difficult problems, the questions we ask matter. . .  and even shape the solutions available to us. Albert Einstein invited us to consider our questions, and Deborah Rocco does just that in her  piece about women in leadership.

Continue Reading >

Planning Strategy in the Midst of Disruptive Change

by Betina Schonberger

Leaders don't have to know everything. In fact, in the midst of disruptive change, it helps if they don't, and admit they don't.

Continue Reading >

Tolerating Ambiguity in Four Simple Steps

by Jay Cone

Ambiguity tolerance is a key competence for leaders, as Jay Cone outlines in this article, cross-posted from the Rethinking Complexity blog.

Continue Reading >