Managers use critical thinking skills to systematically analyze various situations and make qualified decisions. In order to take command of each situation mangers must formulate questions, purposes and issues to devise appropriate solutions. Successful choices lies in the manager’s ability to make inferences based on detailed assumptions.
Managers often allow personal beliefs and past experiences to interfere with their decisions making skills. Humans have a tendency to make judgments and form interpretations based on personal beliefs. A relevant aspect of critical thinking is bringing subconscious thoughts into realization.
Allowing assumptions to obstruct the critical thinking process may cause manager to make unproductive decisions. Using a systematic approach to the decision making process will allow managers to make qualified decisions. Faulty reasoning in the problem solving process can generate unproductive solutions to many management environments.