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A critical thinking approach
We all make decisions and solve problems each day – in both our personal lives and workplaces. Some decisions are quick and easy to make. Perhaps the problem or issue you encounter is a familiar one that has a tried and tested solution. However, often times the solution to your issue is not straight forward and its resolution requires more than your intuition. Some decisions you make are critical, whereas others are non-critical.
Making and reviewing decisions
Making and reviewing critical decisions is vital because it directly impacts outcomes in personal and professional life. Thoroughly assessing options, risks, and potential consequences helps avoid costly mistakes and achieve goals effectively. Regularly reviewing decisions ensures ongoing relevance and adaptability, particularly in dynamic environments. It promotes learning from past experiences and allows for necessary adjustments, enhancing decision-making skills and the ability to navigate complex situations successfully.
BSBCRT611 Apply critical thinking for complex problem solving
About Lesson

What types of risks are there to an organisation? Who is responsible for addressing the risks and reducing their effects or impact on the organisation.

Following this lesson, complete the activities on page 12 of your student workbook before commencing the next topic. Note that your work here does not have to be handed in to an assessor. It is purely to develop your skills in defining issues and associated risks.

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