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Critical Thinking  1 Critical Thinking Submitted By: Christina Lopez University of Phoenix MGT 350 Ms. Cheryl Whittaker January 12, 2008
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Critical Thinking  2 Critical Thinking In every profession there is a level of thought process that allows the individual to react to different situations. How the individual reacts is simply the process of thinking about the situation. For instance, in the profession of nursing it is important to develop a critical thinker for two reasons (Vacek, 2009). One, it is a requirement of the baccalaureate degree and secondly it requires critical thinking skills and problem-solving (Vacek, 2009). There is not a clear definition of a critical thinker however it can be defined as identifying assumptions and problems, clarifying issues, raising question, and generating solutions (Vacek, 2009). Similar to the profession of a personal banker in which I work for Bank of America. I must think critically to a situation where it involves the handling of money. The primary goal for a nursing student in the baccalaureate program is to think critically. With working in the profession that I do it is important to think critically as well. Dealing with other people’s money
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This note was uploaded on 07/27/2009 for the course MGT 350 taught by Professor Adams during the Spring '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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