Analyzing thinking skills

Essay by bamandbonnieUniversity, Bachelor'sA, May 2008

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Thinking styles come from everywhere. There are many thinking styles that can be used when critical thinking. How we think is very important in the results of our thoughts. Certain situations require us to use very specific thinking styles that will apply to the type of situation we are in. This paper will compare and contrast three types of thinking styles to different environments. This paper will also relate these specific thinking styles into workplace examples that show how the process works. First this paper will analyze abstract sequential thinkers who love the world of theory and abstract. Next the paper will describe abstract random thinkers who organize information through reflection and thrive in unstructured people orientated environments. Finally concrete sequential thinkers who are based on reality and think in a linear way will be analyzed in this paper.

Abstract Sequential Thinking StyleAbstract sequential thinkers love the world of theory and abstract thought. They like to think in concepts and analyse information. They make great philosophers and research scientists. It is easy for them to zoom in on what is important, such as key points and significant details. Their thinking processes are logical, rational and intellectual. A favourite activity for abstract sequential is reading, and when a project needs to be researched, they are very thorough at it. Generally, they prefer to work alone rather than in groups. People, who are an AS, give themselves exercises in logic. Feed their intellect, and Steer themselves toward highly structured situations. Abstract Sequential thinkers have a difficult time with being forced to work with those of different views, too little time to deal with a subject thoroughly, repeating the same tasks repeatedly, expressing their emotions and being diplomatic when convincing others.

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