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April 25, 2011

Critical Thinking in Decision–Making

Dealing with RDM PMA, I found something interesting concept about critical thinking as important aspect for decision makers. In my opinion, most decision makers make a decision based on their believe about something which lead them in judgmental bias, for instance conformation trap or anchor heuristic. Thus, in order to avoid this potential issue, decision makers should employ critical thinking whenever make decision. Critical thinking means, decision makers analyze, evaluate and challenge what they belief in particular subject in order to minimize bias and make certain judgment in objective manner. By having this approach in mind, decision makers will able improve the quality of the decision itself. However, it will probably depend on the leadership style of decision makers. Let say, the leader is autocratic. She/he will not listen to any input from  followers which lead to foster creation of judgmental bias when a decision need to be made since leader will rely on her/his intuition or certain knowledge without taking any input from others, which trigger me to conclude, in my opinion, that decision makers’ behavior and leadership style will affect quality of decision.


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