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Strategic Thinking

Milon Gupta

Milon Gupta

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As a Germany-based trainer, speaker and author, I help executives improve their strategic thinking and decision making. My worldwide unique training concept is based on proven strategic insights from chess. I use chess as a model for teaching how to make good strategic decisions under conditions of complexity and uncertainty.

For the first time, these insights have been made accessible and practically usable for corporate decision makers without advanced chess playing skills. My seminars and keynotes combine insights from a variety of fields, including cognitive psychology, game theory, decision theory, cybernetics, and personality diagnostics.

I am a FIDE Master of the global chess federation FIDE. My seminars are based on 35 years of international chess experience and 20 years of experience in marketing at high-tech firms in the European engineering and telecommunications sector. My experience as a marketing manager and chess master enables me to translate the deep strategic concepts from chess into a language executives understand.

I have a master's degree in history, political science, and communications science from Bochum University, Germany, and am certified for the personality diagnostics tools of Hogan Assessment Systems (HPI, HDS, MVPI).

I am searching for:

Executives who want to make better strategic decisions; cooperation partners for marketing and performing my seminars.


Training and coaching in strategic thinking and decision-making.

Specialised in:

Strategy, Decision-Making, Strategic Communication


My training concept for improving strategic thinking and decision making is worldwide unique. It is based on proven strategic insights from chess, the 1,500 year-old strategy game from India. In my training I use chess as a model for teaching how to make good strategic decisions under conditions of complexity and uncertainty.

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