MGT-350 Critical Thinking Celeste Bourne week 1

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   Critical Thinking    1 Critical Thinking Celeste Bourne University of Phoenix MGT/350
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   Critical Thinking    2 Critical Thinking In life, society has a free will to think and feel how they would like to. However, there are some people who are not able to correctly critically think. This can affect the way a person can think and make decisions. In many situations, an individual may not have all the facts to make an appropriate decision or conclusion about something, and this causes a person to have to use critical thinking strategies to come up with the best answer. Critical thinking exists when a person is put into a situation when he or she does not have enough information to make a valid conclusion and he or she is required to look deeper into the situation. There are many different ways to look at a situation. First a person would have to put together as many of the facts that are already given as possible. Then decide which of the facts are the most important for the situation at hand. After this is completed, then a person would need to figure out, to the best
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2009 for the course MGT MGT 344 taught by Professor Nosure during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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