Tag: Thinking

November 6, 2015

Use Design Thinking to Increase Collaboration and Craft Creative Solutions

Design thinking builds a creative mindset that improves problem-solving skills and deepens communication and understanding between team members As creatures of habit, we develop routine ways of completing tasks. After time has passed, a once efficient routine can sometimes become a relentless rut. Transition from routine to rut is gradual and sometimes we fail to notice when it happens until we’re stuck in an unproductive loop without recognizing our situation. A rut leads nowhere. It’s cramped, uncomfortable, and even though […]

February 17, 2015

Life Hacks for Left-Brain Thinkers

Those who identify as “left-brain” thinkers tend to be more on the analytic and logical side of the spectrum of thought. Law, finance, engineering and the sciences are some of the many industries that those analytical types tend to fall into. But in an age of innovation, those more systematic thinkers might need a kick-start for creativity to keep up. While there are distinct verbal and analytic styles of thinking associated with different hemispheres of the brain, that doesn’t mean […]

January 15, 2015

Cydcor Reviews ‘Thinking, Fast and Slow’ by Daniel Kahneman

Here’s Cydcor’s review of ‘Thinking, Fast and Slow’ by Daniel Kahneman! About Thinking, Fast and Slow: Thinking, Fast and Slow is written by Daniel Kahneman, a renowned psychologist and winner of the Noble Prize in Economics. This book is also the winner of the National Academy of Science Best Book Award in 2012.  Kahneman takes us through a tour of the mind and explain the two systems that drive the way we think. He explains the profound effect of cognitive […]