Category: Critical Thinking
Critical thinking is the ability to think reflectively and independently in order to make thoughtful decisions.
A common misconception is that arguments ought to lead to an agreement. What they truly aim to achieve, however, is a consensus – that is, complete shared faith in the outcome. So the goal of an argument is not to win, but to win over your audience.
A significant predictor of success is Grit. In a study of who is successful and why the conclusion by Angela Duckworth was not based on IQ, social intelligence or even good looks but it was grit.
The companies that innovate the fastest will be the ones that thrive. The art of innovation is using a problem and turning that pain and frustration into something positive. In this time of pandemic,...
Executing a data strategy has many practical challenges this article looks at some of the best practices showcased in a recent webinar by BigData London.