Weakness in thinking skills leads to errors, missed opportunities, poor risk assessment, reduced effectiveness, and subpar results.
Indeed, poor thinking hurts the business bottom line at every level, every day – impacting relationships, collaborations and productivity.
Read on to learn how to improve your critical thinking skills using a fabulous group technique called Ritual Dissent.
With globalisation, technology, and all sorts of changes in the workplace we need multiple perspectives to aid our thinking and decision-making processes. But, “Oh My,” it can be ever-so infuriating!!
In the face of these examples, you could be forgiven for thinking that collaboration sucks!
Fear not! Any headaches caused by collaborative processes are just that: part of the process. We all know that excellence in any process design delivers a multitude of very positive outcomes. Critical thinking in groups is no exception. Allow me to introduce the Ritual Dissent process.
This is one of Dave Snowden’s creations and I use it because it helps overcome exactly the problems I have mentioned above, AND, it has a number of other positives. My top 10 reasons for using the Ritual Dissent process with groups are:
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