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An example of big picture thinking, 5 benefits of looking at the big picture, 4 ways to embrace big picture thinking, 6 exercises to develop big picture thinking.

“Big-picture thinkers broaden their outlook by striving to learn from every experience. They don't rest on their successes, they learn from them.” John C. Maxwell, author, The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership  

More than ever, organizations are looking ahead to the future with a close lens and keen strategies. This type of big-picture thinking is imperative to the success of any company. It's part of building mental fitness . 

After all, our world is in a constant state of change. With much of the future unknown and uncertain, companies (and people) need to stay agile and think strategically about what’s to come ahead. In fact, half of us feel unable to plan for the future. 

At BetterUp, we’ve studied what this type of thinking looks like in the workplace. To be a future-minded organization means that you’re both pragmatic and optimistic. You look ahead to find the upside and possibility of opportunity. You have confidence in your ability to take action and influence outcomes. 

But you also make space to be reactive. Your organization knows that the future isn’t set in stone. To look at the bigger picture ahead, you know that you need to make space for reflection in case things don’t go as planned. 

Because if there’s anything we’ve learned in the last couple of years, things don’t always go as planned. Even the best-laid plans are disrupted. After all, external factors like the global pandemic , a fluctuating market, and political unrest all play a role. 

In this post, you’ll learn how to adopt habits to become a big-picture thinker. Find out how strategic thinking can keep your organization a step ahead — and be better prepared to pivot when needed. 

First, let’s understand what we mean by big picture thinking. 

What is big picture thinking?

Big picture thinking is a type of thinking that helps you think about the future. It’s strategic thinking that helps you build a vision of the opportunities ahead. 

These types of thinking skills aren’t inherently natural to us. Like any other sort of skill or muscle, it takes practice to start thinking with a big picture view. Let’s look at some examples of big picture thinking — and why it’s worth investing in building a future-mindedness in your workplace. 


Let’s take a step back to look at some examples of big-picture thinking in the workplace. You could potentially use this example as a thinking strategy with your team members. 

Lucy is a director in a technology company. As an HR leader, Lucy has a breadth of experience in human resources management . Her team is responsible for making sure that employees are well taken care of. 

Throughout the pandemic, Lucy and her team have wrestled quite a few challenges to help make sure employees are a top priority. When the pandemic first hit, Lucy was challenged with leading the COVID-19 workstream to help pivot to remote work . She and her team needed to form guidelines and policies around COVID-19 . 

She was tasked with looking into employee benefits and resources to offer employees in response to the pandemic. She was also asked to think about the future of work strategy and present it to the senior leadership team. 

Lucy’s initial future work strategy incorporated a return-to-office approach. Lucy's company previously required employees to work from the office. She knew it was a top priority for leadership to have employees return to the office. 

But Lucy kept up-to-date on industry trends and research. She found that employees preferred working from home . But more importantly, she learned employees wanted the flexibility to make decisions about how (and where) they work. Companies agreed, with 83% of employers saying the shift to remote work has been successful . 

She also kept a pulse on the job market and climate outside of the corporate world. With employees leaving in droves during the Great Resignation , Lucy pivoted her strategy. She also realized that while the job market is still competitive, the company would need to retain and continue to develop its top talent. After all, the company was tightening its budgets. 

Lucy stayed agile and adopted the skills of a future-minded leader. Her strategy included a detail-oriented, employee-driven approach to returning to the office. Instead of requiring employees to work in the office, Lucy proposed an employee-centric approach. Let employees pick and choose how they want to work. Accommodate employees for hybrid work environments and invest in professional development opportunities. 

Lucy also proposed initiatives like virtual team activities , team offsites, and “in-office” connection days to help keep social connections strong . The leadership team saw Lucy’s strategy as an inclusive, culture and people-first approach. They agreed to implement Lucy’s strategy thanks her to big thinking. 

Thinking about the big picture has its benefits. Let’s talk through five benefits of looking at the big picture. 

  • It helps organizations stay resilient in the face of change and adversity. Big picture thinking helps you build a cushion of resiliency amid change. When things throw you for a loop, your big-picture thinking can help you adapt with ease. 
  • It keeps companies agile (especially during challenging times). Agility is more important than ever with change as a constant. Especially when change becomes more complex, big-picture thinking keeps your company agile. 
  • It helps improve your bottom line. Adopting strategic thinking helps improve your organizational performance . When organizations are future-minded, your overall performance benefits, too. 
  • It creates a culture of imagination and creativity. At BetterUp, we value zest, playfulness, and imagination. When you’re able to weave strategic thinking into your company culture , your employees benefit. 
  • It can increase your organization’s ability to adopt strategic foresight. Strategic foresight is the ability to look ahead and provide insight into what might happen in the future. This future-minded decision-making helps your organization stay ahead of the curve. 


If you’re looking for specific actions to take to help embrace big picture thinking, try these four tactics. 

Build future-minded skills 

We know the future isn’t clear. And that’s OK. Organizations everywhere are navigating the same uncertainty and unknown. In fact, 63% of Americans say they’re stressed about the unknown . 

But your workforce doesn’t have to feel like it’s navigating the unknown alone or without support. Creating future-minded leaders in your company will help keep your workforce agile, healthy, and engaged.

Our data shows that future-minded leaders report increased team agility, team performance, innovation, and resiliency. We also know that 82% of people have significant room for improvement in at least one area of future-minded leadership skills.

How are you building your leaders’ problem-solving skills ? In what ways can you keep big picture thinking top of mind for your organization? 

Practice imagination 

At BetterUp, we have a set of high-impact behaviors that help guide what we do (and how we do it). One of my personal favorite high-impact behaviors is called practice imagination. 

The idea? Well, every idea is a good one. You can think outside of the box and propose new projects that may seem unattainable. You can pitch big-picture initiatives that might seem impossible to pull off. 

But here’s the surprising thing: you’ll surprise yourself with what you’ll come up with. And with a bedrock of psychological safety , trust, and inclusive leadership , your ideas might even come to fruition. 

Invest in your employees’ professional development 

Employees want career development opportunities. Without a vision for what their future could look like in your organization, you risk losing your top talent. 

Make an investment in your employees’ development . Are you investing in virtual coaching for your employees? What upskilling opportunities do you have available? Are you encouraging your employees to invest in their own professional development? 

At BetterUp, we know the value of learning opportunities. In addition to our own coaching and personal development, BetterUp gives us a yearly stipend for learning. I’m able to use my stipend for workshops that support my passions, like writing. 

Provide coaching 

Strategic thinkers are people with growth mindsets . Companies that adopt a growth mindset and invest in coaching have seen the benefits first-hand. And with access to virtual coaching, you can tap into the full potential of your workforce. Your employees (and your bottom line) will reap the benefits. 

At BetterUp, we partnered with a publicly traded cloud technology company to support its sales goals. As part of this partnership, we provided a group of sales leaders with personalized Sales Performance coaching. The goal? To help unlock their capabilities (including strategic and big-picture thinking) to drive revenue. 

We took a close look at the performance of those sales managers who were provided with coaching versus those that were uncoached . The results speak for themselves. Teams of coached sales managers saw an 11% boost in reaching sales goals versus non-coached teams.

Ultimately, this translated to an additional $10 million in total bookings per team. Coached sales leaders saw a 60% increase in the number of their direct reports who achieved quota.

By dedicating time every week to their Sales Performance Coach, sales managers experienced significant Whole Person growth. They saw 24% gains in productivity and focus, as well as a 16% gain in strategic planning .


Like most skills, big picture thinking takes practice. Here are six exercises to help develop your big picture thinking skills. 

1. Start with reflection 

It’s hard to know where to go if you don’t know where you’re starting from. If you’re striving to become a big picture person, the first step is to press pause. 

Take some time to reflect on your current thinking strategies. What’s your approach to solving problems? Are you adopting a future-minded approach when it comes to thinking about the future? What are your team needs and how can a big picture lens help? What are your strengths? What are your opportunities for growth? 

2. Ditch perfectionism 

Detail-oriented people, you may not like this one. But your perfectionism is getting in the way of you becoming a big picture person. 

If the perfectionist inside of you is clinging to the perfect plan, you’re probably not able to look past the short-term. Challenge yourself to let go of things. 

3. Think about other perspectives 

Part of being a big picture thinker is considering other perspectives. Of course, we live in a world where plenty of people have plenty of opinions. And sometimes, that can be overwhelming. 

But if you take the time to think about the counterargument or try to understand another point of view, it can help. Take some time to think about perspectives that differ from your own. 

4. Use mind mapping as a tool

It helps to write things out. 

If you’re interested in journaling , this could be a good way to spill your big pictures onto paper. Mind mapping helps you articulate what you’re thinking into tangible goals, actions, or ideas. 

5. Ask yourself the tough questions

Think about your audience or the counterargument to your big-picture ideas. What are the higher-level tough questions you might receive? What questions can you anticipate that might challenge your strategic thinking? 

Take a minute to do some brainstorming and ask yourself the tough questions. You’ll be better equipped to navigate those challenges — and it might even shift your thinking. 

6. Stay focused on your purpose

As a creative myself, thinking up big ideas is a lot of fun for me. But sometimes, as they say, the dreamers can get lost in the clouds. 

Stay focused on your purpose to make sure you’re staying on track with your goals. Remind yourself what problems you’re hoping to solve and root down in your purpose. 

Make sure your workforce understands the purpose behind their work , too. With purpose as your North Star and a coach as your guide, you can unlock your workforce’s full potential. 

Start thinking big 

With BetterUp, you can start thinking big. Access to virtual coaching can help tap into your strategic thinking skills. By doing so, your organization can drive growth, development, and better business performance. 

Together, we can help your workforce start to adopt strategic leadership skills. With the help of a coach, your employees can be prepared for a better (and brighter) tomorrow.  

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Madeline is a writer, communicator, and storyteller who is passionate about using words to help drive positive change. She holds a bachelor's in English Creative Writing and Communication Studies and lives in Denver, Colorado. In her spare time, she's usually somewhere outside (preferably in the mountains) — and enjoys poetry and fiction.

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The Importance of Seeing the Big Picture Big-picture thinking is critical to understanding what is possible in the present and in the future.

By Phil Geldart Edited by Dan Bova Apr 30, 2020

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Today, the velocity of change is continually increasing. Anyone in business today — from senior leadership to the frontline workers — feels immense pressure to deliver on accountabilities while juggling the realities of today's world. The trouble is when we constantly operate in this state, it can become too easy to lose sight of the big picture .

For a moment, let's consider the big picture is a mountain top. Picture yourself having hiked up to the top of a mountain and looking down at the valley below where you live. While most of your time is spent in the valley living your everyday life, solving common problems and overcoming challenges, when you do climb to the top of the mountain, you gain a new perspective. You have a birds-eye view of the village layout, shops, and roadways.

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From this perspective you can see things clearly that may not have otherwise been so obvious; roads are not straight, homes and shops might not be ideally located. Going to the top gives you the ability to observe and correct or improve things that might otherwise be missed. It's an opportunity to ask yourself, "How can I make things better?"

This exercise is imperative to organizational success, especially for those in positions of leadership. The need to see broadly like this is important to establish perspective, and in turn judgment. Your judgment is based on how well you can keep the big picture view (the view from the mountain top) while executing against your day-to-day tasks (the valley).

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When you take the time to look at the big picture it can cause a shift in perspective, modify your judgment, and ultimately change your focus and activity, either as an individual, team, or entire organization. Getting a big picture perspective tends to reinforce the things that are important and subsequently refocus your attention on what you determine to be true priorities.

When looking at the big picture, ask yourself the following three questions:

  • Why are things occurring as they are?
  • What is really necessary?
  • How do the various single pieces with which I'm involved fit into the grand scheme of things?

Three benefits of looking at the big picture

  • It allows you to see opportunities for improvement
  • It allows you to bring that big picture view to be communicated to the rest of the team
  • It serves to reinforce the real reason for the activities you do daily

When we get pulled in so many directions, with shifting priorities, and the never-ending pressure to produce results now , it can be difficult to step back, take a big picture view and evaluate. However, the alternative is worse. You may wake up one day and find that what was is now no longer relevant, inefficient, or becoming less profitable. While it can seem difficult to find the time in a busy calendar to set aside for big picture thinking, it is critical to the achievement of what is possible in the present and the future.

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12 ways to get a big-picture view, frequently asked questions (faqs) about big picture thinking.

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  • Gives you a chance to check-in on your goals
  • Assures you that what you’re investing in your business supports what you plan to accomplish
  • Helps you justify the time and energy you spend on overcoming challenges
  • Confirms that the in-the-trenches work is aligned with your business objectives
  • Write down what your typical day looks like and compare it to what you want it to be.
  • Review statistics for your web site, marketing activities and lead management activities and look for opportunities for improvement.
  • Get feedback from clients in term of your services, their perception of your company, and your future potential with them.
  • Analyze your daily activities and where you spend your time in order to determine where you can delegate more.
  • Ask a mentor or colleague to help you align your current activities with your long-term goals.
  • Conduct a productivity check-in by reviewing your process for project and task management.
  • Measure yourself against the competition so you can identify areas of improvement.
  • Go back to your business startup stage and see how your business plan, marketing plan and overall objectives relate to where you are now (and update them to reflect the reality of now and where you want to go next).
  • Assess the industry and changes that have occurred since the last time you looked at the big picture, and consider how it affects your business today.
  • Brainstorm an on-the-side project that will indirectly support your business while giving you a new outlet to add some variety.
  • Outline what you plan to do in terms of skill development in the short term.
  • Write a BHAG and post it where you can see it everyday.

What is the importance of big picture thinking in personal development?

Big picture thinking is crucial in personal development as it allows individuals to see beyond the immediate tasks or challenges and understand the broader context. This perspective can help in setting long-term goals, making strategic decisions, and understanding the impact of one’s actions on the larger scheme of things. It encourages individuals to think creatively, be open to new ideas, and be proactive in their approach to personal growth and development.

How can I develop my big picture thinking skills?

Developing big picture thinking skills involves several steps. First, you need to broaden your knowledge base and understand different perspectives. This can be achieved by reading widely, engaging in diverse experiences, and interacting with people from various backgrounds. Second, practice strategic thinking by setting long-term goals and considering the broader implications of your decisions. Lastly, cultivate curiosity and openness to new ideas, as these traits can help you see beyond the immediate and understand the larger context.

What are the challenges in big picture thinking and how can they be overcome?

Some common challenges in big picture thinking include getting overwhelmed by details, difficulty in making connections between different elements, and resistance to change. These can be overcome by practicing mindfulness, developing strategic thinking skills, and being open to new ideas and perspectives. It’s also helpful to seek feedback and guidance from others who excel in big picture thinking.

How does big picture thinking contribute to business success?

Big picture thinking is crucial for business success as it allows leaders to understand the broader market trends, anticipate future changes, and make strategic decisions. It helps in setting the vision and direction for the company, aligning team efforts towards common goals, and fostering innovation and creativity. By seeing the bigger picture, businesses can better navigate challenges and seize opportunities for growth.

Can big picture thinking be taught or is it an innate ability?

While some people may naturally excel at big picture thinking, it is a skill that can be developed and honed with practice. It involves cultivating curiosity, openness to new ideas, and strategic thinking abilities. Regularly stepping back to consider the broader context, seeking diverse perspectives, and setting long-term goals can help in developing this skill.

How does big picture thinking relate to problem-solving?

Big picture thinking is a key component of effective problem-solving. It allows individuals to understand the root causes of a problem, consider various possible solutions, and evaluate their potential impact on the larger context. This approach can lead to more innovative and effective solutions, as it goes beyond addressing the immediate issue and considers the broader implications.

What is the role of big picture thinking in team collaboration?

In team collaboration, big picture thinking helps in aligning individual efforts towards common goals, fostering a shared understanding of the project’s purpose, and facilitating effective communication. It allows team members to understand how their roles contribute to the larger objectives, which can enhance motivation and productivity.

How can I balance big picture thinking with attention to detail?

Balancing big picture thinking with attention to detail involves being able to switch between different levels of thinking as required. While it’s important to understand the broader context and long-term goals, it’s equally crucial to focus on the immediate tasks and details. Regularly stepping back to consider the bigger picture can help in maintaining this balance.

How does big picture thinking impact decision-making?

Big picture thinking plays a crucial role in decision-making. It allows individuals to consider the broader implications of their decisions, anticipate future trends, and make strategic choices. By understanding the bigger picture, decision-makers can better evaluate the potential outcomes and risks, leading to more informed and effective decisions.

Can big picture thinking lead to innovation?

Yes, big picture thinking can foster innovation. By seeing beyond the immediate tasks and understanding the broader context, individuals can identify new opportunities, anticipate future trends, and come up with creative solutions. This perspective encourages out-of-the-box thinking and can lead to breakthrough ideas and innovations.

Alyssa Gregory is a digital and content marketer, small business consultant, and the founder of the Small Business Bonfire — a social, educational and collaborative community for entrepreneurs.

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