Strategists First: How to Defeat the Strategy Trap

Strategists First: How to Defeat the Strategy Trap

by Ryan Hays
Strategists First: How to Defeat the Strategy Trap

Strategists First: How to Defeat the Strategy Trap

by Ryan Hays

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Overview

This book trains you on how to be a strategist—always and in all ways.

Ever wonder why you’ve had more strategy conversations than you can count, but not a single strategist discussion you can remember? That’s because strategy has made a career out of ignoring the strategist—until now. Strategists First will help you learn what every strategist needs to know, including: who strategists are, what strategists believe, how strategists behave, where strategists thrive, when strategists strike, and why strategists matter. If you’re an accomplished strategist, this book gives voice and visibility to your fight against the status quo. If you’re an aspiring strategist, this book delivers the beliefs and practices needed to live this identity into action.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798888451762
Publisher: Post Hill Press
Publication date: 11/28/2023
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.25(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Ryan Hays has been doing strategy work for more than two decades at some of the nation’s leading academic institutions, including Dartmouth, Emory and Princeton. During this time, he has provided strategic counsel to multiple university presidents and governing boards and coauthored several strategic plans. He currently serves as executive vice president and chief innovation and strategy officer at the University of Cincinnati.

Hays received a BA from DePauw University and a PhD in psychoanalytic studies and postmodern theory from Emory University. His dissertation on Sigmund Freud has ranked among the top 25 Most-Accessed Dissertations and Theses on ProQuest, an electronic library of more than 2 million dissertations and theses.
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