|Date(s):||March 5, 2013
|Registration Fee:||FREE, but registration Required|
|Instructor:||Dr. Jeremi Suri
LBJ School of Public Affairs, Sid Richardson Hall
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Gifted leaders sometimes fail because they rely on previously successful strategies and practices that are no longer appropriate for their changing world. Too often leaders are able to see the questions that should have been asked only after some particular strategy or action has already failed.
This session on "Leadership Thinking" will assist participants to define key strategic questions for their organizations as well as elucidate and overcome the mental and cultural constraints on strategic thinking. This session is part of Dr. Suri's broader session on "Leadership, Strategy, and Decision Making" offered through the Executive Programs Office of the LBJ School.
Dr. Suri has taught government executives, policy makers, business owners, and university administrators around the country and world, including the UT System's Chancellor Council, Dell Technology CEO Council, German Marshall Fund, World Affairs Council of Dallas-Ft. Worth, the Governor's Executive Development Program, the Université Sorbonne in Paris, and Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich.