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Choi Webinar - 3/22/2010
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3/22/2010
When: 3/22/2010
4:30 PM


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The topic of the seminar is Dr. Wonjoon Choi presents
"Using TOC Thinking Tools to Write a Logical Argumentative Composition."

While there are numerous applications of TOC Thinking Tools in the business sector and other non-business sectors such as education field, it is very hard to locate the application of TOC Thinking Tools in writing a rigorous composition. It is not the technical skill of expression but the thinking capacity that is the most important ingredient for writing a good logical argumentative composition. Explicit analysis of the issue should be made thoroughly and the foundation for the argument should be provided to communicate the idea to the others effectively. In order to write a good argumentative composition, the framework of the logical development based on the critical thinking should be designed first.

In this presentation, it will be shown how the TOC Thinking Tools can be effectively used to build up the framework of the logical argumentation. The process of using the TOC Thinking Tools for writing an argumentative composition will be introduced along with a standard template of the use of TOC Thinking Tools. Experiences with this template and its extensions will be shared in this presentation.

Dr. Choi Dr. Wonjoon Choi is a Professor of Industrial Engineering at the University of Ulsan, Korea. He has a BBA from Seoul National University, a MS in Industrial Engineering from KAIST, and a Ph.D. in Industrial and Systems Engineering from the University of Florida.  He is interested in practical application of TOC (Theory of Constraints) Thinking Tools to Industrial Problems and Classroom Learning. He is an AGI-Jonah and is certified in the TOC Thinking Process, TOC in Education, and other areas by the Theory of Constraints International Certification Organization.