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Critical Thinking for Strategic Advantage

An introduction to the use of critical thinking about human behavior in organizations.

Ron Piccolo

on 24 April 2012

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Transcript of Critical Thinking for Strategic Advantage

Critical Thinking for Better Results Survival Training Production Time (in days) Alternative Explanations? What does it mean to think critically? Critical thinking means being analytical and zeroing in on the most important issues, valuing one thing over another, making good judgment calls. Agenda
Survival Training
Sports Illustrated
Chris Cunningham Clarity
Could you elaborate further?
Could you give me an example?
Could you illustrate what you mean? Specificty
Could you be more specific?
Could you give me more details?
Could you be more exact? Perspective
Do we need to look at this from another perspective?
Do we need to consider another point of view?
Do we need to look at this in other ways? Why bother? Purpose
What is your, my, their purpose in doing________?
What is the objective of this assignment (task, job, experiment, policy, strategy, etc.)?
Should we question, refine, modify our purpose (goal, objective, etc.)? Purpose
Perspective To assert causality? A occurs before B
Eliminate Alternative Explanations Daycare is bad for young children Volunteers? What is the purpose of this meeting (chapter, relationship, action)?
What is your central aim in this line of thought?
What is the ideal outcome?
Why did you say…? Most Common Alternative Explanations:
History (some external force)
Regression to the Mean
Measurement Chris Cunningham Hiring
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