Listen free for 30 days
Add to basket failed.
Add to wishlist failed.
Remove from wishlist failed.
Follow podcast failed
Unfollow podcast failed
Listen with a free trial
Buy Now for £25.99
Brought to you by Penguin.
Being strategic is a critical skill. It enables you to solve problems on a day-to-day basis while also keeping an eye on the long term, anticipating and mitigating opportunities and threats along the way.
How to Be Strategic is your accessible but comprehensive guide to strategic thinking in any situation. Fred Pelard distils 20 years' experience training executives at all levels from leading companies around the world into a range of smartly illustrated, workable methodologies that will enable you to understand each approach and find your own path to the right solution every time.
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.
"Will help you push through the knotty centre of hard-to-resolve problems. Highly recommended!" (Richard Rumelt, author of Good Strategy, Bad Strategy)
"Practical and comprehensive." (Roeland Assenberg, director, Strategy and Banking, Monitor Deloitte Netherlands)
"A comprehensive, concise, and practical guide that will enable anyone, in any situation, to develop their strategic thinking." (Tiffani Bova, chief growth evangelist, Salesforce; WSJ best-selling author, Growth IQ)
What listeners say about How to Be StrategicAverage customer ratings
Reviews - Please select the tabs below to change the source of reviews.
- Management Consultant
Great introduction to the best strategy methods
This book provides a good overview and introduction to the most important tools, methods, concepts etc. within strategy, and business strategy in particular. And with enough detail on each to be useful.
It's too easy to overload new employees with reading material, so it's good to have a single book that delves into moderate detail on each of the top 10 areas of strategy development, rather than waste time on outdated or less relevant topics, or excessive detail or examples.
While I would also recommend many people to read The Pyramid Principle, Learn Start-up etc. it's a better starting point for most people to get a larger overview, and moderate detail, with a book like this.