Managerial thinking has been dominated by the Harvard School approach, that cvonsiders the strategy process as disembodied and rational. However, the strategist remains a human being, with his intimate vision of the world, of his firm and himself... His singularity is a core element in the strategic decision process. This is why we recommend to enrich his personal vision with a large spectrum of experience.
FIMBEL, E. and GOMEZ, M.L. (2003). Il n'y a pas de stratégie sans stratège. L'Expansion Management Review, pp. 87-94.