Making decisions in today's world, a world increasing in complexity, with broad changes and uncertainty, creates the need of approaches that allow us to discern the real problems and the causes that create them. Identifying these problems, in most cases, requires challenging the assumptions on which we base our judgments, regarding the world and its realities.
This course is part of the Leadership and Critical Thinking Specialization
About this Course
What you will learn
Employ a methodology for the application of critical thinking
Analyze the standards of critical thinking practice
Apply critical thinking to groups
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Topic 1. Thinking for our times
Topic 2. Evaluating our ways of thinking
Topic 3. Elements and standards of critical thinking
Topic 4. Articulating our decisions
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TOP REVIEWS FROM CRITICAL THINKING: REASONED DECISION MAKING
Thank you for this course. From here I learned how to think critically in making decisions. Not only for myself but the impact on others too
This is an excellent Program with high level of content. The structure of the program is so nice so that you can very well internalize the learning and apply at your professional space.
This is a excellent course with very thoughtful quizzes and relevant assignment.
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