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Acting Right or Wrong Way Moral Choices
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Moral Choices
Moral choice is a commitment to acting in a way considered to be either right or wrong. As a result, an ethical decision is concerned with less of what an individual knows and more about such an individual defiling what he/she considered her/himself to be. As a result, in moral choice-making, an individual will opt for the choice that promotes who they consider themself to be. There are, therefore, several ways to describe moral decisions; critical thinking, the divine command theory, relativism, and emotivism (Overberg, 2018). This paper is focused on critical thinking and, in particular, deductive and inductive reasoning to present my thoughts on the criticism of critical thinking, and offer criticisms on the idea that the best choices can be figured out through deductive and inductive reasoning.
Thoughts on criticism of critical thinking
I think that the criticisms of critical thinking are good general reasons…

Managing Dynamic Organizational Processes D Bunch Response
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D-Bunch Response: Managing Dynamic Organizational ProcessesQuestion OneCulture is fundamentally insubstantial and acts as the guiding principle about how the members of an organization should act. Regarding the question, outsiders can discern a companys cultural value by observing things like ceremonies, dressing, symbols, and others, but not accurately. The degree of accuracy varies with an organization. While an insider can discern the same based on their encounters and experience in the organization and do so with accuracy, an outsider can easily discern underlying cultural values, but only with about 40% and 50% accuracy. The response provided aligns with this idea, mainly that it might be challenging to assign an exact percentage since they dont necessarily have the experience to make an accurate observation. However, the response might not be accurate about the yes answer since they can only discern aspects, but not the organizations cultural value, by observation entirely and accurately…


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Jackson, N. C., & Leung, O. M. (2018). Evidence-based management for today’s “ambidextrous” organizations. Strategy & Leadership.