Looking at the Basic Concepts of Cognitive Strategic Management

Good how-to help for leadership and management.  Strategic thinking requires some skills that can be learned.  As you know, my favorite topics,  “why we do what we do” and “why we are who we are” follows along with cognitive uses.

Excerpt: Two elements/ components are required here, that must be thought and practiced;

Critical thinking and – disciplined intellectual criticism that combines research, knowledge of historical context, and balanced judgment. That follows a mental path, or map, or recipe, to formulating a strategic plan.

Cognitive control – understanding the mind – and the acquisition of knowledge, and how it works with knowledge under changing situations and conditions.

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  1. Thanks for the share…