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Strategic Thinking Blueprints 7 7 Strategic thinking involves a mental blueprint that includes A desired future, ways to achieve that future, and specific actions needed to arrive at that future. The Strategic thinking blueprint Can apply to a company, a Department, or an individual. Strategic thinking can be developed through work experiences in addition to formal study. Please mark Mostly True or Mostly False based on whether have experienced each of following work situations. Mostly true Mostly False Participated in organizational strategic planning________ __________ 2. Started a major organizational project or initiative________ __________ 3. Been responsible for periodically monitoring performance indicators________ __________ 4. Been challenged by a colleague on my thinking or plan________ __________ 5. Learned from colleagues about practices outside my organization________ __________ 6. Been mentored on strategic thinking or planning________ __________ 7. Handled a substantial threat to organizational (or work unit) survival________ __________ 8. Served as a general manager (such as CEO) of an organization________ __________ 9. Attended industry conferences________ __________ 10.Read professional journals________ __________

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Management, Loose-Leaf Version

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Richard L. Daft
Publisher: South-Western College Pub
ISBN: 9781305969308

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ISBN: 9781305969308
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Strategic Thinking Blueprints77

Strategic thinking involves a mental blueprint that includes

A desired future, ways to achieve that future,

and specific actions needed to arrive at that future. The

Strategic thinking blueprint Can apply to a company, a

Department, or an individual. Strategic thinking can be

developed through work experiences in addition to formal

study. Please mark Mostly True or Mostly False based on

whether have experienced each of following work situations.

Mostly true

Mostly False

Participated in organizational strategic planning________  __________

2. Started a major organizational project or initiative________  __________

3. Been responsible for periodically monitoring performance indicators________  __________

4. Been challenged by a colleague on my thinking or plan________  __________

5. Learned from colleagues about practices outside my organization________  __________

6. Been mentored on strategic thinking or planning________  __________

7. Handled a substantial threat to organizational (or work unit) survival________  __________

8. Served as a general manager (such as CEO) of an organization________  __________

9. Attended industry conferences________  __________

10.Read professional journals________  __________

Summary Introduction

To determine:

If I have learned other practices outside the organization from a colleague.

Introduction:

Valuable lessons learned away from the working environment through a colleague.

Given information:

Respond to the statement based on the experience to mark if it is true or false.

Explanation of Solution

There is always a lot to be learned outside a workplace even apart from the training received in the organization. Once I met my work colleague outside the workplace who did a part- time job as a customer service consultant, it was while I was watching her dealing with customers directly over the phone; she was very patient and calm while talking with a furious customer who was complaining...

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