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5 min. series: "Strategy in Governance" by Dr. Julia Sloan

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Strategic Thinking Consultant | Author | Speaker | Faculty @ Columbia University

Dr. Julia Sloan author of the definitive book, Learning to Think Strategically (Elsevier, 2006), is widely recognized for her pioneering work in the application of complex cognitive theory to everyday global strategic thinking practice. Her work draws upon more than two decades of her own expatriate corporate experience in Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Eastern Europe, and the United States working on strategy to align the business agenda with prevailing economic, cultural and social issues. She has lectured at some of the premier academic institutions including: Columbia University, MIT and Harvard University (US); Nanjing University (China); Tokyo University and Keio University (Japan); Singapore University and India Institute of Management (India). She is also a contributing author to Democratic Practices as Learning Opportunities (Sense, 2007). A resident of New York City, Dr. Sloans educational background includes a doctorate from Columbia University; masters studies at Yale University and University of Alaska; and undergraduate studies from Kent State University.

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