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DEMO: Gamified Development of Strategic Thinking and Planning Skills

Monday, October 26, 2020 2:00pm - 2:30pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Rich Horwath, CEO, Strategic Thinking Institute

Are your managers tactical or strategic? A survey of 400 talent leaders showed that more than half of organizations lack a common understanding of strategy and only three out of every 10 managers are strategic. The StrategyMan Learning System is an online gamified program containing 84 knowledge questions, 36 scenarios, and 20 strategy exercises for a total of 140 potential points to score. The program consists of 12 levels, with each containing a mission to complete and a villain to defeat.

During this webcast, you will:

• Learn how to create goals, objectives, strategies, and tactics that drive daily activities.
• Apply strategic thinking skills to generate insights that lead to new value for your company.
• Prioritize by making strategic trade-offs and focusing resources.
 

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Presenter

Rich Horwath
Rich Horwath

CEO, Strategic Thinking Institute

Rich Horwath is a New York Times bestselling author of seven books about strategy, and his work has appeared on ABC, NBC, CBS, and FOX and in Forbes, Fast Company, and Harvard Business Review. He has helped more than 100,000 leaders around the world develop their strategic capabilities to set direction and create advantage. A former chief strategy officer and professor of strategy, Rich brings real-world experience and practical expertise to help companies such as ESPN, FedEx, and Intel build their strategic capabilities. The Strategic Thinking Institute has created more than 200 proprietary resources including assessments, books, workshops, online programs, microlearning, and digital resource centers, with the sole focus of helping leaders become more strategic.