Over the past few weeks, we’ve shared several blogs and videos on the topic of critical thinking and its importance in the workplace. Today, we’ll share a few critical thinking resources that may offer guidance as you develop these skills.
Thunderbolt Thinking by Grace McGartland
A creative reference of ideas for jump-starting group thinking and challenging old ways of thinking within your organization.
The Idea Generator: Quick and Easy Kaizen by Bunji Tozawa and Norman Bodek
A guide to improvement activities throughout an organization to serve both internal and external customers, unlock the hidden potential of every single employee and bring new excitement and joy into the workplace.
The Manager’s Pocket Guide to Systems Thinking and Learning by Stephen G. Haines
Practical tools for applying systems thinking to: get results, learning, management processes, change and strategic processes.
A LinkedIn Group with focused discussion on how to improve the critical thinking, decision making, reasoning, and problem solving skills in the workplace.
A product-based website offers several critical thinking products. Once you enter the website, do a search for “critical thinking.” In particular, the wheel provides simple, quick tools and prompts that can assist you as you implement the six components in your workplace.
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