I happen to hear a Robotic Process Automation (RPA) vendor's pitch and he was speaking in cause-and-effect, demonstrating how RPA will not destroy jobs, but on the contrary create more jobs than it destroys. The occasion was too good not to try it, therefore, in this episode of my Critical Thinking playlist, I am: translating … Continue reading Negative Branches in a Logic Tree, how things can go unexpectedly wrong
Industry 4.0 enthusiasts are usually passionate promoters but terrible logical thinkers. That's happy for me because they keep supplying me with critical thinking training material, like this quote I used in my video tutorial. The quote goes: "Industry 4.0 provides real-time data analysis so that our teams can correct any drifts and prevent failures immediately, … Continue reading Hone Your Critical Thinking Skills – Step by step tutorial
In Logical Thinking Process (LTP) parlance a long arrow is a “leap of logic” or the omission of one or several cause-and-effect steps that connect a cause to an effect. In the Logical Thinking Process, a cause is linked to its effect by an arrow. The arrow’s tail is connected to the cause and the … Continue reading What is a logical “long arrow”?
Promoters of any solution or change agents of are usually in love with the object of their promotion. Love is said to be blind and oblivious of any negative aspect of the loved thing. That is why so often promoters of change highlight all the benefits of the change, regardless of any Undesirable side Effects for the … Continue reading Industry 4.0 promoter’s flaw of logic and Categories of Legitimate Reservation
Most people are convinced of their ability to think logically and don’t see the point of getting a specific training like the Logical Thinking Process training course. Indeed, in some extend most of the people have an innate basic logical thinking way, otherwise our world would be pretty weird. Yet it is also true that … Continue reading Why would I learn to think (logically)?