Critical Thinking and Decision Making
Critical thinking is thinking that proceeds on the basis of careful evaluation of premises and evidence and comes to conclusions as objectively as possible through the consideration of all pertinent factors and the use of valid procedures from logic (Carter, 1973).
The word thinking can describe any number of mental activities. Much of our natural thinking, when left to itself, is biased, distorted, partial, uninformed, or downright prejudiced. Yet the quality of our lives depends precisely on the quality of our thought. Critical thinking is that mode of thinking--about any given subject--…
- "Critical Thinking and Decision Making." This paper was written for a Critical thinking course called critical thinking for managment.
- Critical Thinking and Decision Making
- Explore the relationship between the various ways that decision making in organisations may be described and explained and the methodologies to support decision making.
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