We're always talking about 'big picture' thinking, but what does that really mean, and how can we get there?
The easy part is to stretch out the timeline, way out.
Then you're applying the strategic framing - anything not strategic is instantly removed from the frame.
If the 'big picture' isn't getting bigger over time, it's not the right picture. That's why growth orientation is essential.
And with these principles in mind, we add an attitude of constant improvement, innovation and optimization.
Closing thought - the big picture isn't just the bigger view, it's the view with the most value.