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Survey of Strategic Thinking interest areas

In a series of introductory workshops on Strategic Thinking. My colleague Ken Prevost at gcTraining.ca and I have been polling attendees to see what really catches their attention about the subject. This is good research of course, but it also conforms to the best principles of experiential – that is, strategic learning. The point is that we learn

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What is authority when everybody has it?

Authority and authorship obviously derive from the same root.  Therefore, since the written word is no longer mainly something impressed on paper and very far indeed from being carved in stone, questions about authoring are in hazard. Nothing furnishes better proof of the tectonic shift in documentation credibility than the growth of Wikipedia. Not only

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Panic – moral and otherwise

Our local newspaper ran an end of year series last week concentrating on the past decade and characterizing its predominant tenor or dominant undercurrent as that of “moral panic”.  We could nitpick, noting that the decade, century and millennium really began at the beginning of 1999 and therefore ended at the start of 2009. Nevertheless,

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We will become truly alive in 2010!

We are writing up a series of reviews on recent books that embody or challenge the core ideas of strategic thinking. A few of these will be dribbled onto the site in February, so watch this space for more regular action in the near future. Among the issues we will be tackling first are the

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