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WAYS OF THOUGHT EXPRESSION AND THEIR INFLUENCE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF BUSINESS SKILLS

P. Marinescu, S.-G. Toma, R.-M.Papuc
Thursday 8 November 2018 by Libadmin2018

ABSTRACT

In today’s business environment there is a set of skills and/or competences that are currently agreed by employers such as teamwork, customer orientation, continuous learning, proactivity, effective way of communication, agility and adaptability, solving complex problems, planning and organizing, and emotional intelligence. The paper presents some methods of thinking used both in the educational environment and in the business environment that can contribute to the creation of skills needed for those who seek to be employed in companies. The ways of thought expression are extremely diverse and people do not have the same way of thinking even if they are in similar situations. It is challenging to find out that logic, analysis, memory and imagination can define, in various combinations, different ways of thinking. Systemic thinking is a combination of logic, analysis and memory and analytical thinking and crude creativity are facilitated by the combination of logic, analysis and imagination. The aim of the paper is to present two other ways of thinking that derive from the mixture of the four elements, namely logic, analysis, memory and imagination. To such end, the authors used a quantitative research method. Concrete thinking and technical creativity are supported by the combination of logic, memory and imagination whereas the abstract thinking and creativity are the results of the combination of analysis, memory and imagination. The paper showed that the four ways of thinking can create the skills needed by the business environment.

Keywords: skills, development, thinking, creativity, business


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