How do we know whether a manager’s experiences and skills are sufficient to operate at a strategic level in an organization? What insight does recent research on strategic leadership shed on these challenges?
Psychologists have told us that humans are distinct in their ability to think forward. To what degree is foresight an innate human function of our brain power, or thinking preferences?
Scandals rock some of the highest offices, largest corporations and most sacred institutions. Can we restore integrity to leadership?
The ability to think forward, to foresee possible outcomes and to act accordingly, is a vital human trait. I just completed a 45-page paper that reviews the literature on foresight to determine what we can learn. Here’s the abstract.
I have always valued getting the big picture on what is ahead of us. I am pleased today to announce that I have accepted a new position that will allow me to do more of that for you, as director of graduate business programs at LeTourneau University (LETU) in Longview, Texas.