Critical Thinking for Problem Solving and Decision Making
Mike Kallet, CEO of HeadScratchers and Critical Thinking trainer and author of “Think Smarter – Critical Thinking to Improve Problem-Solving and Decision-Making Skills”, will present a pragmatic framework and set of tools for Critical Thinking. You’ll be able to immediately apply these tools in your workplace .
Kallet is an expert in the critical thinking field and critical thinking trainer, coach, and authored “Think Smarter - Critical Thinking to Improve Problem-Solving and Decision Making Skills”. (2014) Published by Wiley, and sold by Amazon, Barnes and Noble and every major book reseller worldwide.
HeadScratchers mission: To help people become better "HeadScratchers". HeadScratchers has created a successful framework and conducts workshops for business professionals to improving their critical thinking, problem solving and decision making skills.
Mike Kallett's Bio
As a former technology and operations executive, Mike Kallett is experienced in leading the creation and delivery of award winning products and services spanning a variety of computer and communications technologies and markets.
Prior to HeadScratchers, Mike was the Executive Vice President of Operations and Chief Technology Officer at ICG Communications and was responsible for day-to-day operations, the delivery of services, and the development of new products.
Kallet joined ICG in January of 1998 through the Netcom acquisition, one of the largest ISP's at the time. At Netcom, as senior vice president, Kallet was responsible for Network Operations, Marketing and R&D. Under Kallet's leadership, Netcom's NetCompleteTM Product Line (ISP Services) won numerous service awards.
Prior to joining Netcom in 1995, Kallet developed numerous award winning software products. At prior companies, Kallet led development teams that created award winning products that include Harvard Graphics™, Harvard Draw™, and First Graphics™. He also created the award winning products Picture Perfect™ and Diagraph™.
Kallet held positions in systems software groups at IBM in his early career and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.