Throughout this course, the focus has been on the problem-solving model and learning how to complete the steps. In addition, you learned how to utilize analysis tools to help you with some of the problem-solving steps.
That said, there is more involved when making decisions. Much of this is dependent on your use of critical thinking and self-awareness.
Refer to the article Becoming a Critic of your Thinking. The purpose of this part of the assignment is for you to realize what affects your decision-making. There should be at least one paragraph for each question.
- Reflect on major events that have occurred in your life. Considering them, how did they affect you as an adult in your work life?
- Identify your role models. Are these individuals in your current or past life? Relative to critical thinking and making decisions in the workplace, what did you learn from them?
- From what you learned throughout the course, what are your strengths and weaknesses relative to critical thinking when making business decisions?
- Identify at least three of your core values. How do they affect the way you make decisions in the workplace?
- Concerning the workplace, describe your approach to persuading others and/or allowing yourself to be persuaded.
Redo the decision making self-assessment from the MindTools website https://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newTED_79.htm . As a reminder, you completed it in week one. In a paragraph of at least five sentences, explain how your decision making has changed since the first week of the course. The link to the self-assessment is located on this week’s overview page.
Your assignment should be at least 1.5 page (single spaced) excluding resources. Use one-inch margins and a standard font size (11-12).
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