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Thinking Skills for Professionals Paperback – 7 May 2010
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'This book fills an important gap. [...] [F]lows easily and logically, and is formatted to be read in digestible bits. [...] Highly recommended.' - M. M. Gillis, Choice
Simple methods and techniques teach professionals and business people how to become better problem solvers/decision makers by developing their creative, conceptual and critical thinking skillsSee all Product description
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31 January 2016
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If you want to learn how to think independently and free your thinking so you can make better decisions' then this I a good staring point. Well written and insightful with clear explanations. I recommend this book to anyone who wants to enhance their intellectual abilities and creativity.
13 December 2013
This is a really good book, which I have often dipped into over the last few years and used in my own academic writing. Particularly Chapters 17-20 (Part 5), on moral thinking, are full of excellent examples and theoretical discussions of how and when certain reasons for action can override others in deciding what to do. Thoroughly recommended.
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