Big picture thinking essential to business survival in a crisis

6 October 2020

Like prizefighters in winter training, the nation’s canny captains of industry have used the lockdown of 2020 to spec up – to both gain marketable skills to survive the slowdown and, importantly, to gain the near-magical powers necessary for our businesses to thrive in the great reset.

Many programs and courses that help leaders instil strategic thinking have seen numbers skyrocket, including UQ Business School's MBA program and online short courses. So what does successful strategic thinking look like?

Associate Professor Tim Kastelle and UQ MBA student, former professional rugby player Anthony Faingaa discuss with the Australian Financial Review why strategic thinking is critical for business leaders and how upskilling can help.

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