Critical Observation

Discover how sharp critical observation skills can help you spot and prevent workplace issues, and help solve problems that arise.

$ 9 USD

Discover how sharp critical observation skills can help you spot and prevent workplace issues, and help solve problems that arise.

$ 49 USD

Designed to help your teams develop and strengthen valuable skills, including critical thinking, observation, adaptability, logical thinking, problem-solving, and more.

$ 299 USD

Unlimited access to all courses, learning resources and collections with new content at no additional cost for a full year.

Courses: 
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328
Lessons: 
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42
1,417
Resources: 
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Duration: 
10 minutes
110 minutes
Multiple
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12 months
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About

Observation is a key component of innovation. By observing how we and other people do things, we will spot opportunities for improvement. The more we observe, the more opportunities we’ll find. And if a problem is spotted, we can work to provide solutions.

In business innovation, becoming a critical observer can help you recognize problems before others do. It allows you to predict obstacles on the horizon. And, by heightening awareness of the unexpected, and plotting and analyzing data, you can provide original solutions to problems that would otherwise be unforeseen.

What will you learn

Whether it’s predicting where supply issues could arise to ensure you’re not caught out, or modeling the ways a global crisis could affect your sales, in business being able to expect the unexpected is a crucial element of progress. Whatever field you work in, the ability to do this can help improve plans and streamline processes. For leaders and managers, this course will explain what critical observation is and why it’s important in innovation. It will also give you advice on improving critical observation skills across your business.

  1. What is the principle of critical observation
  2. How to identify the need for critical observation in innovation
  3. How to practice critical observation techniques to improve problem-solving

Business Innovation collection

Observation is a key component of innovation. By observing how we and other people do things, we will spot opportunities for improvement. The more we observe, the more opportunities we’ll find. And if a problem is spotted, we can work to provide solutions.

In business innovation, becoming a critical observer can help you recognize problems before others do. It allows you to predict obstacles on the horizon. And, by heightening awareness of the unexpected, and plotting and analyzing data, you can provide original solutions to problems that would otherwise be unforeseen.

Other courses in this collection

Designed to help your teams develop and strengthen valuable skills, including critical thinking, observation, adaptability, logical thinking, problem-solving, and more.

$ 9 USD

Discover how sharp critical observation skills can help you spot and prevent workplace issues, and help solve problems that arise.

$ 49 USD

Designed to help your teams develop and strengthen valuable skills, including critical thinking, observation, adaptability, logical thinking, problem-solving, and more.

$ 299 USD

Unlimited access to all courses, learning resources and collections with new content at no additional cost for a full year.

Courses: 
1
10
328
Lessons: 
4
42
1,417
Resources: 
Takeaway Tasks
Tasks+
Multiple
Duration: 
10 minutes
110 minutes
Multiple
Access: 
30 days
60 days
12 months
Optimized for mobile