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    Productive Vs. Unproductive Thinking

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    Considering the concept of productive thinking, provide an example of unproductive thinking within an organization. Detail specific failures in the thinking process and how they could have been avoided.

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    Hi,

    Productive thinking uses strategies such as: (Deirdre, 2012)

    -Fluency - This is the ability to think of many ideas.
    -Flexibility - This is the ability to think of varied ideas; different angles and perspectives.
    -Originality - This is the ability to think of unusual or new ideas.
    -Elaboration - This is the ability to add to ideas already being suggested in an effort to make them better or more complete.

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    A discussion regarding the concepts of productive and unproductive thinking within an organization including specific failures in thinking processes. 207 words, 1 reference.

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