Creative Thinking: The Blue Ocean Strategy I The Great Courses

Creative Thinking: The Blue Ocean Strategy I The Great Courses

Strategic is a powerful and invaluable skill, one that leads to greater chances of success in whatever professional and personal projects you’re involved in. It involves setting goals, developing long-range plans, anticipating the unexpected, analyzing your environment, and even cooperating with your competitors.

The only catch: Strategic thinking doesn’t come naturally. Because most of us are static thinkers who tend to make decisions only for today, strategic thinking skills have to be learned, cultivated, practiced, and applied.

Mastering the art and craft of strategic thinking can help you

plan more effectively with an eye for avoiding unpleasant surprises;
impose a stronger sense of order on chaotic, disorderly projects and scenarios;
make savvier decisions and outsmart your competitors with greater confidence and ease; and
increase your productivity and satisfaction at work and at home.

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    Estiphur chaneel says:

    This is One of the very useful video ..
    I have learned many thing about blue ocean strategy from you .
    THANKU SIR FOR THIS

    Shayanika De Saram says:

    Well done Professor

    mydh122 says:

    It is simply a new packaging of the old marketing idea of "Differentiate of Die."

    Steven K says:

    RATHER PISSES ON THE WHOLE CONCEPT -FINDING A NEW MARKET FOR RED CHARDONNAY… NEVER THOUGHT OF THAT

    Steven K says:

    IGNORAMUS –

    Naivak rish says:

    I can listen to this guy all day lol very well explained sir tnx !

    Malay Goel says:

    Very well explained. Thanks.

    Jaime Olavarria says:

    shiraz is red and chardonnay is white

    Paul Consalvi says:

    Basic rehash of the case study but no original insights,

    Karim Zelenka says:

    1 red wine a chardonnay and 1 white wine a shiraz…. 

    Bonny Paul says:

    Amazing share.

    Khaled Kalaldeh says:

    well done Prof. Stanley explaining BOS

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