Reminds me of something I recently read from Michael_BungayStanier:

“Strategic has become an overused qualifier, something we add to anything we want to sound more important, more thoughtful, more.. good. It can leave employees supremely indifferent to the idea of strategy. When you combine the overuse of the term with the fact that anything to do with strategy is seen as ‘their work’ — ‘they’ anyone two or three levels higher than employees — well, you’re likely to encounter a nasty but predictable case of the SPOTs: Strategic Plans on Top Shelf.”

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