Thinking Problems

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Thinking Problems
Many types of thinking can lead to huge problems. In “Exploring Basic Constructs in Thinking and Decision Making” Chris Brooks lists 9 thinking problems that can adversely effect decision making processes(Brooks 3). Although all of these thinking problems can cause problems in decision making processes some are more dangerous then others.
In this essay we will argue that that the most problematic of the thinking problems are the truth is relative problem and the ego-defensiveness problem. These problems result in the belief that there is only one objective truth and that that truth is only found in the thoughts and actions of individuals like leaders, managers and experts. Together these problems create the belief that...
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