Strategic Thinking (Part 1): A Fight with Ambiguity

I was in Barnes & Noble yesterday and picked up Dan Roam’s book “Back of the napkin” In which he talked about the visual thinking process of looking, seeing, imagining and then showing. A strategic leader should be able to look at the ambiguity, see a pattern and then imagine a solution and then show the solution to the team. As I was thinking about that I came across Greg’s post on ambiguity that is right on the money. Check it out.

Strategic Thinking (Part 1): A Fight with Ambiguity.

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