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A handy resource for strategists

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14:12 PM | 23 May 2013
by Jim Compton-hall
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A useful resource that brings together a bunch of great models, exercises, advice and websites for young planners.

The Strategist's Handbook by London Strategy Unit

My first thought is that this should perhaps be called The Strategist's Newspaper Thingy, but I guess that's not quite as catchy.

Some useful starting points for original thinking

First things first, I should commend London Strategy Unit for bringing together a bunch of great models, exercises, advice and websites for young planners. It certainly delivers on it's promise of starting points for original thinking. 

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