If you are willing to invest the time and effort in developing critical thinkers, these managers and employees will reward you by producing more efficient and creative teams and, thus, a more successful business.
We can try to outperform machines, or we can recognize that automation is forever changing the way that work is done. This choice means finding another way to thrive in this new world. Here is your guide to navigating the rise of the machines.
Across the business landscape, AI and other advanced technologies continue to drive change, requiring workers to develop higher-order skills to make the most of the human-plus-machine partnership.
If we want our learners to remember what we teach them, we need to focus on maximizing deep thinking. Here are three practical ways to do so.
Across the business landscape, companies are gearing up for the artificial intelligence (AI) transformation of how work is done and by whom – or, increasingly, by what.
In my previous post, I identified the soft skills that young employees are missing that their older colleagues value the most: professionalism, critical thinking and followership. Let’s take a closer look at critical thinking.
Sometimes, we are our own worst enemy. Our inner critic keeps us from realizing our greatest potential – and, thus, holds our teams and whole organizations back.