Honing your strategic-thinking skills

01/21/2014 | Harvard Business Review online/HBR Blog Network

Chances are good that much of your time is taken up with meetings, e-mails and other tasks, writes Liane Davey of Knightsbridge Human Capital. However, it's critical to set aside time to strategically think through choices before making decisions. "You will be seen as more strategic if you take action and course-correct than if you choose to stagnate and [do] nothing or stall from trying to do everything," Davey writes.

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