Logical Thinking for Problem Solving Program
The successful of so many jobs in the information economy rely on how well we persuade others or make decisions based on available information. Unfortunately, many people face problems analyzing and evaluating arguments we experience routinely in our daily work. Taking your problem-solving skills to the next levels begins with a solid command of logical and critical thinking concepts and how apply them in the real world.
Improve your ability to create, analyze and evaluate assertions and arguments from colleagues, clients, suppliers, and other stakeholders. You will also strengthen your critical thinking skills by learning how to spot and address assumptions and fallacies through the use of deductive and inductive reasoning.
- Those who want to improve their logical and critical thinking skills.
Can be conducted both in person and online
- Discover your own thinking “bad habits” and establish a better process of independent, logical thinking
- Understand fundamental thinking processes and steps required for high-quality problem-solving
- Understand the mindset and processes needed to solve problems logically
- Learn techniques and tools for problem-solving
- Practice problem solving through case studies and groupwork
- Learn how to apply the skills you learn to an existing real-world work problem
This program covers the same material as the in-person version.
Learning methods and tools
This program centers on experiential learning and uses a wide variety of group exercises for applying and practicing skills including:
- Individual reflection
- Pair, small group and classroom discussion
- Role plays and real plays Personal action planning
Note: All our programs can be customized to meet your company’s specific needs.
- Core concepts for problem solving
- Problem definition: Understand the importance of defining problems and learn how to do it
- Logical thinking and hypothesis testing
- Techniques for analyzing the causes of problems
- Generating solutions and evaluating decisions
- Comprehensive case study activity
- Applying course concepts to real-world issues
- Action planning