March 11, 2013

Critical Thinking and RDM

Having studied Critical Thinking at AS Level, I was already familiar with some of the key terms associated with RDM. It was great to come across those terms again, such as cognitive functioning, judgement heuristics, generalization, reliability, and some fallacies pertaining to flawed judgements, etc, as I was instantly able to recognise them. The significance of developing critical thinking skills in reference to robust decision making cannot be reitterated enough. Living in an increasingly dynamic and evolving world, we are constantly faced with pressure and complex situations, and our ability to make wise and robust decisions at the right time would be the cutting edge for our survival and success in this competitive global corporate environment.


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