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In his book the Mind of the
Strategist, Japanese strategy
consultant, Kenichi Ohmae, wrote "Analysis is the critical starting point of strategic thinking. Faced with problems, trends, events, or situations that appear to constitute a harmonious whole or come packaged as a whole by common sense of the day, the strategic thinker dissects them into their constituent parts. Then, having discovered the significance of these constituents, he reassembles them in a way calculated to maximize his advantage."
It is important to think about competive situations strategically. Such an approach can be reinforced and it is a valued skill.
from Ohmae, K., The Mind of the Strategist: The Art of Japanese Business, New York: McGraw-Hill, 1982.
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