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  1. Making complexity appear simple “Any fool can take what is simple and make it appear complex. What requires real ingenuity is to take what is complex and make it appear simple.” - Albert Einstein Next →
  2. Introducing Make compelling sales arguments  „Consultative selling‟  Achieve consensus  Both internally & externally  Solve problems logically  Develop sound business strategies  Strengthen customer relationships  Next →
  3. Improves Critical Thinking Genesis was the hypothesis: “Critical Thinking skills can be learnt.” CCTS test results 5 year experiment * 0.9  0.8 Using objective tests: Standard deviations  0.7 0.6 California Critical Thinking Skills  0.5 Measured over 12-wk term 0.4  0.3 Government funded  0.2 0.1 Australian Research Council  0 Results recreated elsewhere Normal Traditional Argument  Undergraduates philosophy students mapping students * Controlled tests at Dept. of Philosophy of The University of Melbourne by Dr. Tim van Gelder (Austhink‟s founder) et al (2000-2004) using Reason!able, the original software. Next →
  4. Example of a bCisive decision map Next →
  5. is comprehensive Professional analysis & mapping software for: Argument Mapping  Decision Making  Problem Solving  Capturing Data  Communicating reasoning &  recommendations Next →
  6. is logical Supports strategic consultancy  techniques: Minto Pyramid Principle™  Logic & Issue Trees  Hypothesis Mapping  Uses universally recognisable elements  Clarifies abstract reasoning by graphic  representation Next →
  7. is inherently useful Professionals from diverse businesses use bCisive to: Capture  Record  Clarify  Train  Communicate  Recommend  Next →
  8. For more information on in Europe please contact: Michael Peel Austhink Software Pty Ltd Email: michael.peel@austhink.com Direct: +44 (0)7900 438 483 Skype: mjrpeel For a free 10-day trial go to: www.bcisive.austhink.com Trademarks are the property of their respective owners End

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