Speaker: Prof. Shivashankarchar.Y
Topic: Analytical Thinking
Time: 9:00 am to 11:00 am
IASMS conducted an Orientation Programme on the theme “Analytical Thinking” on 18th January 2021 from 9.00 am to 11:00 am in Seminar Hall 2. 1st semester MBA Students were present for the orientation programme.
The speaker emphasised on perfect squares, finding LCM and multiplication tricks like how to find LCM easily by seeing numbers and various tricks to multiply.
Some activities were given to every student through numbers....by using mathematics tables. Through these activities students learnt how to be active, smart and sharp in understanding numerical problems.
Analytical thinking is the ability to tackle complicated issues by evaluating information that we have gathered and organized. Analytical thinkers can detect patterns between datasets that often lead to creative solutions. They're able to turn noisy data and information into action.
An analytical thinker is a person driven by curiosity to get to the bottom of things and solve a problem or find an answer. Analytical thinkers don't assume anything about the problem at hand; instead, they begin by questioning everything about the issue.
Analytical thinking is the act of breaking down complex pieces of information into smaller and more understandable component or principles. It involves systematically dismantling data to decipher facts which can be used to build upon information or provide evidence-based conclusion.
The session engaged the students in Critical Thinking and Problem Solving and exploring new possibilities.