Critical Thinking for Law and Management

Purpose of Assignment

Students need to grasp the eight elements necessary to apply critical thinking to their analysis of the law. What is as important is students take away these skills and be able to apply those skills to all aspects of their management career.

Assignment Steps

Resources: Search “Global Issues in Context” located in the University Library (Library Resources > View All Resources Alphabetically) for articles, such as, but not limited to:

“Why critical thinking is essential in today’s workplace.” (2017, January 16). Philippines Daily Inquirer [Makati City, Philippines].
“Trump, Trudeau and teaching critical thinking.” (2017, January 8). Toronto Star [Toronto, Ontario], p. A11.
“Require a Critical Thinking Class.” Tampa Bay Times [St. Petersburg, FL], (15 Nov. 2016), p. 6.

Scenario: As a consultant for a global manufacturing company headquartered in Kissimmee, Fla., you have been asked to lead a team to present at your international conference in Quebec, Canada, how your unit has used critical thinking techniques not only to assist in decreasing legal claims arising out of your unit by 67%, but also how this skill has helped with employee morale leading to a productivity increase.

Prepare a 5- to 7-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation and include the following:

Outline the top four steps in the eight-step critical thinking model you used to accomplish this goal.
Show how critical thinking assisted your team’s effort in limiting legal claims.
Recommend to the attendees how they should start their critical thinking transformation.

Cite a minimum of two peer-reviewed references.

Format your assignment consistent with APA guidelines.

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