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CRITICAL THINKING FOR BETTER JUDGEMENT AND DECISION MAKING UNIQUE POUDEL
2 BACKGROUND UNIQUE POUDEL MASTER OF INFFORMATION TECHNOLOGY(PROFESSIONAL) Specialization: Networking Bachelor’s of Information Management
OUTLINE WHAT’S COVERED 3 Upgrading Critical Thinking 1 Minimizing Bad Judgement 2 Improving Decision Quality 3 Critical Thinking Fallacies 4 Creating the critical thinking culture of curiosity 5
WHY CRITICAL THINKING “Critical thinking is the language of strategy” -Stanford Business School Separate fact from fiction Ask quality questions Challenge assumptions Transfer knowledge from one context to another INTRODUCTION 4
MINIMIZING BAD JUDGEMENT Kahneman, the winner of the Noble prize in Economics describes; System I thinking Fast, efficient, automatic, unconscious, intuition System II thinking Slow, effortful, controlled 5 USE CASES
IMPROVING DECISION QUALITY USE CASES 6 Regularity Exposure Feedback The Ref method: Your intuition referee
UNDERSTANDING BARRIERS 7 CRITICAL THINKING FALLACIES Post Hoc, Ergo Proper Hoc AD Hominem Straw Man Hasty Generalization
8 USE CASES CREATING THE CRITICAL THINKING CULTURE OF CURIOSITY Questions that fuel curiosity Bucket questions Interrogation Questions
ANY QUESTIONS? Source: THANK YOU!

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