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    Avoiding analysis paralysis

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    There is a thing called analysis paralysis where nothing gets done because you are not satisfied that all issues and angles to a problem have been analyzed.

    Yet, can a critical thinker make decisions with incomplete data, as long as he or she understands the risks?

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    The urgency of the decision dictates how much time should be spent on the analysis. The object to solving any problem or issue is to move forward on it towards a ...

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    Brief paragraph examining the balance between information gathering and decision making.