An Introduction to Critical and Creative Thinking: Analyzing and Evaluating Ordinary Language ReasoningStrategic Information Technology Management: Perspectives on Organizational Growth and Competitive Advantage
AbstractThe book aims at equipping you with 21st Century Skills key life skills that will drive your future employability, promotion and career success. These are required for effective reasoning, writing and decision-making in changing, evolving environments. You give reasons for what you do and think every day. You argue. You often argue about things that matter to you. For example you might argue that you are the best candidate for promotion, about whether your company should invest in China, about the best way to help a friend or about what the right thing to do is in an ethical dilemma. The list is up to you. If you work your way carefully through this book you will become better at reasoning both in terms of understanding and clarifying other peoples’ arguments and also at producing increasingly sophisticated and compelling arguments of your own. You will learn how to recognize common but often seductive mistakes in reasoning and so be empowered to avoid making these mistakes yourself. Your writing and oral presentations will improve and you will hone your ability to define crucial terms in argument, debate and discussion. As this book is specifically written with everyday language considerations in mind, it is a valuable tool for anyone to understand, evaluate and construct arguments in ordinary language.
- Critical thinking,
- creative thinking,
City or CountrySingapore
Citation InformationT. Brian MOONEY, John Nicholas WILLIAMS and Steven BURIK. An Introduction to Critical and Creative Thinking: Analyzing and Evaluating Ordinary Language Reasoning. Strategic Information Technology Management: Perspectives on Organizational Growth and Competitive Advantage (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/john_williams/98/