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MGT 312 Saudi Electronic University Reboot Society Critical Thinking Article

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College of Administrative and Financial Sciences MGT 312 Assignment 2 Deadline: End of Week 10, 26/03/2020 @ 23:59 Course Name: Decision Making and Problem Solving Student’s Name: Course Code: MGT 312 Student’s ID Number: Semester: II CRN:20638 Academic Year: 1440/1441 H For Instructor’s Use only Instructor’s Name: Dr. Farrukh A. Khan Students’ Grade: /10 Level of Marks: High/Middle/Low Instructions – PLEASE READ THEM CAREFULLY • The Assignment must be submitted on Blackboard (WORD format only) via allocated folder. • Assignments submitted through email will not be accepted. • Students are advised to make their work clear and well presented, marks may be reduced for poor presentation. This includes filling your information on the cover page. • Students must mention question number clearly in their answer. • Late submission will NOT be accepted. • Avoid plagiarism, the work should be in your own words, copying from students or other resources without proper referencing will result in ZERO marks. No exceptions. • All answered must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font. No pictures containing text will be accepted and will be considered plagiarism). • Submissions without this cover page will NOT be accepted. Course Learning Outcomes-Covered • Explain critical thinking and cognitive psychology as it pertains to analyze and synthesize information for problem solving and decision making. (2.7) • Employ and analyze aspects of creativity as they pertain to problem solving and decision making in all manners and circumstances. (2.3) • Demonstrate effective leadership skills and teamwork capacity for efficient decision making as either team member or a team leader. (3.4 & 3.5) Assignment Instructions: • Log in to Saudi Digital Library (SDL) via University’s website • On first page of SDL, choose “English Databases” • From the list find and click on EBSCO database. • In the search bar of EBSCO find the following article: Title: “3 Simple habits to improve your critical thinking” Author: Helen Lee Bouygues Date of Publication: May 6, 2019 Published: Harvard Business Review Assignment Questions: (Marks 10) 1. Read the attached article titled as “3 Simple habits to improve your critical thinking” by Helen Lee Bouygues, published in Harvard Business Review, and answer the following Questions: a. Summarize the article and explain the main issues discussed in the article. (In 600-700 words) b. What do you think about the article in relations to what you have learned in the course about how to improve your critical thinking? Use additional reference to support you argument. (In 200-400 words) c. What do you understand by groupthink? According to the article how we can prevent people from engaging in groupthink. Use additional reference to support you argument. (In 150-300 words) d. “Critical thinking is the opposite of creative thinking.” Do you agree? Provide examples of why you agree or disagree. (In 200-300 words) [Please answer in the next page] Answers ...
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Question (a) –Article summary

Helen Lee Bouygues, director, and CEO of the Reboot Society enabled groups in dispute
to shift their minds over more than two decades. By developing their analytical thought, she
shows others how to cope with interpersonal issues. "So many corporate leaders just do not think
or take the time to examine a topic from both angles," Lee Bouygues said. Leaders frequently
draw the first assumption, irrespective of facts (Bouygues, 2019). These assumptions can lead to
diminishing income, missed clients, and poor team morale. The positive news is a mastered
aspect of logical thought. Three easy patterns can be built by everyone to enhance their analytical
thinking.
Ask Assumptions: Lee Bouygues urges company executives to test their conclusions
while the stakes are high. This does not suggest that you consider anew, but rather that you
double-check the foundations of your convictions. When a supermarket store expects that its
consumers can receive more than they can, they can overprice products and lose millions in
revenue. That is when "hidden shoppers" or publicity analysis becomes useful. You should
construct this strategy on evidence, not on your own prejudices while you are sitting down to
create a long-term plan for the business,
Reason through Logic: About 2000 years ago, Aristotle applied reasoning to
academic action. Pay heed to the reasoning "help" for the claim whenever you are about to
make a choice based on a specific statement. Is the claim backed throughout by evidence?
Will all the evidence endorse and generate a firm conclusion? If not, there is no rational
statement. Strong rationality is important for critique.

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Diversify Thinking: In other terms, quit your echo space. Although it will also make
sure that everyone strives for a shared purpose, it may also mean that you will not get a
particular perspective. You can overlook a potential accident or failure that you really cannot
see. Take advantage of growing divisions of the company or join up with different team rates
to avoid the normal mindset. You will have a deeper idea of this.
Although certain choices on intestinal instinct can be made, such decisions can be crucial over
the long term.
The article also focuses on the steps of critical thinking as highlighted: Do not Assume
you are Right: It is complicated, I guess. I am struggling to be just as well as the next human
with the hard-headed urge. And it feels amazing to be right. Nearly everyone needs to go on a
vanity ride somewhere. Yet if you are correct, even when it comes to reasoning seriously, you
are on the wrong road. And if you do not stop to worry about and equate them for your own
opinions or certain points of view, you are not really thought much most definitely not the
crucial sort.
Break It Down: The large picture is always claimed to be a decent one, but I would
have loved to see this picture much more with all its parts. After all, the bulk of issues are too
large to be fixed, but they can be separated into smaller pieces. The smaller the elements, the
better it is to analyze them and find a solution independently. That is basically what scientists
do. They have to consider all aspects of the structure, how they function, and how they are
connected to each other so they can figure out whether a larger mechanism such as your
bodies or an ecosystem works. Also, Keep It Simple: In research, it is also used to evaluate
which theory is more definitely valid using a series of reasons named Occam's razor, which

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implies having the most logical answer for certain evidence. It is what I might call the clearest
and best interpretation, at least before it is seen to be false. Mostly, the raser of Occam is all
common sense. Yes, you will appear 20 years younger with the high-priced skin cream on
TV–but you never knew about it and nobody else. More probable, the model seen in the
announcement is only 20 years old.
Question (b) –Critical Thinking
In addition to the previous steps, I have learned the following steps to improve my critical
thinking:


The first step to consider objectively is to know what you say, what you interpret, what
you plan...

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