The study aims to the current research seeks to verify the impact of strategic thinking in managing the crisis facing the General Company for Electricity Transmission in the Middle Euphrates through knowledge of the employees’ positions in the extent to which the senior management is directed to practice strategic thinking in the face of potential crises and their management. The research aims to answer a main question that "is it possible to employ strategic thinking in crisis management", by relying on a basic hypothesis that depends on strategic thinking in its dimensions (systemic thinking, foresight, future vision) a significant impact on the ability of the research organization in crisis management through its specific phases. The data was collected through a questionnaire form collected from (110) individuals, and statistical methods were used such as (arithmetic mean, standard deviation, linear correlation coefficient, and simple and multiple regression coefficient) based on the (SPSS V.24) program, to obtain results and verify from the research hypotheses. The results of the research confirmed the existence of the effect of systemic thinking in planning and confronting the crisis and it was also found that there is a clear effect of foresight in sensing the crisis in the future. The research recommended the necessity of increasing the organization's capabilities in strategic thinking and adopting it as a basis in facing the potential crisis.