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Management Training Quiz: Blocks to Thinking

Do you know the difference between a perceptive thinking block and a cultural thinking block? Is it better to stand back from a problem or get closer to it? Can you say what the lesson of the story of the Blind Men and the Elephant is? Is good thinking the same as being clever? And do you know the real reason why your thinking diminishes with age? All of these and more are in this week\'s management training quiz on Blocks to Thinking. It\'s free to enter and you could win a prize. For fun and learning, try this week\'s quiz here.

    • Question 1: Which of the following statements is the result of being stuck in familiar thinking patterns?
    • Question 2: Some people find it easier to see the ______ and miss the big picture.
    • Question 3: The best thinkers are those who are demonstrably clever. True or False?
    • Question 4: Which children’s story is a reminder that we sometimes ignore what we see because that is the way everyone is thinking?
    • Question 5: It is not the brain's power that diminishes with age, but lack of _____________.
    • Question 6: Good thinking skills are invariably possessed by those with high IQ's. True or False?
    • Question 7: For those managing organisations, what is the most important lesson to draw from the story of the “Blind Men and the Elephant”?
    • Question 8: Thinking in ___ patterns is a feature of cultural blocks.
    • Question 9: We can sometimes think better when we stand back from a problem. True or False?
    • Question 10: If an organisation believes its staff should be working not thinking, what kind of block is this?
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