Critical thinkers gather information from all types of sources it does not matter if it comes from verbal, emotional or any other source. Critical thinking has its basis in intellectual criteria that go beyond subject-matter divisions and which include: clarity, credibility, accuracy, precision, relevance, depth, breadth, logic, significance and fairness.
Critical thinking is about being both willing and able to think. Ideally one develops critical thinking skills and at the same times the disposition to use those skills to solve problems and form good judgments.
Decision Making and Critical Thinking is different from people think. Critical Thinking is when someone learns from mistakes and thinks about how things could be done better. The process of getting to conclusions that are logical. Solving problems, analyzing factual information, and taking positive action based on the conclusions is called decision-making. Critical Thinking is looking at assumptions--not really accepting arguments at face value. Critical Thinking is looking for technical support when a printer is down. Decision making is an action. It is the destination of logical and analytical problem solving which is based on fact.
In today’s world critical decisions must be made sometimes these decisions has to With working within the corporate or if you are working from home ethical decisions has to be made in order for the company to survive and gain the respect of the customers. Judgment is more than just problem solving
Critical thinking is so important in today’s world no matter if he/she are working for yourself or if you are working from a corporation that some are creating formal critical thinking programs such as teachers in the classrooms....