“Even the most analytical thinkers are predictably irrational; the really smart ones acknowledge and address their irrationalities”- Dan Ariely
A 2013 study by American Management Association on 789 businesspeople found out that three fourth of them think their organizations are not yet capable of catching up with the present analytical needs. But everyone acknowledges the need to go analytical.
The future trend of analytical skills, use of data and analytics for better business and the fact that companies with higher market success have invested on analytical thinking are a few of the reasons that call for the need of analytical skills in organizations.
Hence, focusing on it through training and recruitment is the right way to pursue analytical skills in organizations.
- Do you have difficulty in differentiating between necessary and unnecessary information?
- Do you like to expertise in using logic and reasoning while processing data?
- Does the size of information overwhelm you while solving problems?
- Is critical thinking a never-reachable land for you?
- Would you like to make decision-making easier?
- Is coming to hasty conclusions your weakness?
- Do you want to avoid the decision-making traps almost all the time?
- Do you like to improve your analytical skills?
If you “yes” as an answer for all the questions, it looks like we can help you. Analytical Thinking- The Road to Easy Working is made right for you.
Making the participants understand what analytical thinking is and training them to be analytical in thinking is the main objective of the programme. In order to achieve this, applications of analytical thinking, thinking competencies, critical thinking, etc. are covered in the sessions.
Analytical Thinking- The Road to Easy Working is based on experiential learning using online pre-work, engaging facilitation, and online follow-up to create a personalized learning experience. The training programme guarantees the best and the necessary techniques and content needed while getting trained in the topic.
- Analyse information to break down causes and focus on the problem
- Developing strategies to avoid decision-making traps
- Inventing various methods to find solutions
- Classify data into categories for analysis
- Differentiate between relevant and irrelevant information
- Make use of available information to generate solutions
- Understanding the need for analysis
|Session Name||Brief Overview|
|Introductions||Participants are introduced to the entire structure of the course and their commitment reaffirmed|
|Analytical thinking Critical Thinking||Defining analytical thinking is the first step of learning to think analytically. The myth that analytical thinking and critical think are same is burst by differentiating the two.|
|Steps of Analytical Thinking||The three steps - Gather, Identify and Organize- of analytical thinking are discussed in detail. Common Dos and Don’ts of analytical thinking are presented in this session.|
|Effective Thinking Competencies||This session helps the participants develop the core competencies required for effective thinking|
|Applying Analytical Thinking: Problem-Solving and Decision Making||Trains the participants to use analytical approach to solve problems easily and make the right and effective decisions. Activities are included|
|Analyse to Critique||Since, analytical thinking is one the steps involved in critical thinking, audiences are oriented about using critical thinking and how to take forward from analysing to critiquing|