Have we lost our ability to think strategically, to analyze, to dissect facts, and make thoughtful, intelligent decisions? This article, How to Encourage Critical Thinking in the Workplace taps some important factors organizations must consider to thrive now and for decades into the future. Author of this article, Paul Crosby, points out, “Despite the demand for critical thinking, several hiring managers believe it’s lacking in the current workforce. However, critical thinking isn’t necessarily a skill that modern employees lack, but rather a skill they seldom use.”
“Thinking strategically is not an unrealistic expectation; neither is it a mind boggling process or age dependent, writes at the Association for Talent Development. What really limits strategic perspective is a reliance on habit, past practice, and limited expectations.” – Mary Lippitt
Here are a few reasons why critical thinking is forgotten in the workplace and how managers can help bring it back. Continue reading How to Encourage Critical Thinking in the Workplace here.
The referenced article, How to Encourage Critical Thinking in the Workplace, was first published at the Business Analyst Blog on August 24, 2017
Dr. Mary Lippitt, an award-winning author, consultant, and speaker, founded Enterprise Management Ltd. to help leaders with critical analysis. Her new book, Situational Mindsets: Targeting What Matters When It Matters was published last year with a Foreword from Daivd Covey. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or https://www.linkedin.com/in/marylippitt/