Course info
May 30, 2020
2h 8m

As a professional, you are often called upon to make decisions. Have you ever wanted to improve your reasoning and logic skills in order to get closer to the truth and make more informed decisions? In this course, Using Deductive Reasoning in Decision Making, you will learn the basics of the ancient art of deductive reasoning. First, you will learn the structure of reasoning arguments know as syllogisms. Next, you will discover the different forms and types of syllogism. Finally, you will explore different situations and examples and what you need to consider to make better decisions. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge needed to use facts to construct better arguments.

About the author
About the author

Passionate about Business Intelligence and delivering knowledge and insight to support better decisions. An advocate of Self-Service Reporting, Analytics Data Visualisation. Andi has delivered face to face Business Intelligence training covering topics such as Report Design, Dimensional modeling, and Data Visualisation. Andi is a keen cyclist and amateur cook and lives with his wife in Southern Spain.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Course Overview
[Autogenerated] Hi, everyone. My name is Andrew Volkswagen. Welcome to my course. Using deductive reasoning and decision making, I lead a team that provides data to support decision making. Deductive reasoning is based on the language of logic and provides a simple set of rules to enable you to make better decisions based on facts. I introduce you to the language of reasoning, walk you through its components and structure. Everything you learn along the way will have really world context. Every example that you see will show you how to make logical arguments that provide reliable conclusions to support decision making. Some of the key topics I cover with deductive reasoning are creating categorical on hypothetical Cilla Chism's using logic to create conditional arguments understanding the differences between inductive and deductive reasoning. By the end of this course, you'll know how to construct deductive arguments that provide conclusions to make better decisions. Before beginning the course, you should have an appetite to uncover the truth. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn how to make better decisions with the using deductive reasoning decision making course plural site.