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    Critical Thinking -For some decisions it is best to use a logical step by step process. For others one has to be a bit quicker. How does one decide the right "depth" of decision making to use?

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    For some decisions it is best to use a logical step by step process. For others one has to be a bit quicker. How does one decide the right "depth" of decision making to use?

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    The "right depth" of decision making has to be determined by looking at the problem in hand. If the problem is too critical and needs detailed technical analysis, the management needs to hire appropriately qualified experts and spend considerable amount of time, effort and money to seek a solution to the problem. Imagine that a boiler in a thermal power station has developed cracks and this phenomenon has been observed for ...

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    For some decisions it is best to use a logical step by step process. For others one has to be a bit quicker. How does one decide the right "depth" of decision making to use?

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