Thursday, August 12, 2021


Logic is about inference and deference; sequence and consequence; hidden clues behind many complex issues and thresholds for problem-solving.

Almost every job needs some level of logic, the logic is the high level mental capacity for recognition of intelligence, twisting and reconnecting dots to turn the spark into an expressible idea, achieve its value, and it's a very clue for communication, decision-making, and problem-solving.

Logic is a thinking process where a result is derived from a thought. Intelligence is the logical reasoning about knowledge: Logic the sequence of how to get things done. Intelligence is the ability to think logically and break any complex thought or problem to the most rudimentary parts whereas they either can be acted on or dismissed. Intelligence is defined as capacity for learning, reasoning, and understanding. The people with what being referred to as highly intelligent have a strong logic to understand the "complexity" of the given problem, abstract thought, understanding, self-awareness, creativity, and problem-solving.

Strong logic enables people to infer and defer, preliminarily understand the extent of any problems or conditions, grasp truths, facts, meanings, or relationships. So people with strong logic get the whole picture as opposed to others that can't seem to get a grasp on the problem. From why-what-how, they diagnose the issues depending on what they consider relevant and endogenous as their hypothesis regarding why these things have evolved in a certain way.

Logic enables us to uncover patterns and understand the interconnectivity underneath the surface, or unpuzzle the myth behind intelligence: Every complex problem is essentially novel and unique, sometimes it is not possible to “see” the entire facts or truth because they exist in different planes. So it’s critical to take a logical lens for gaining a contextual understanding and be prepared to go beyond thinking that confines itself to just things and apply inferential intelligence to deal with it smoothly. For many complex problems, it’s important to understand the interconnectivity and do an in-depth cause-effect analysis by dealing with them from different sources that are related to the same matter, simplify complicated things and deal with uncertainty smoothly.

The more nonlinear, interconnected, and interdependent the environment, where uncertainty and emergence become more prevalent, hence accelerated rates of change, the less likely the reductionistic management approach to control hierarchical systems is to be the answer due to the rigidity. The digital leaders and professionals today need to be in a continuous learning mode, develop strong logic skills with multidimensional thought processes, have interdisciplinary knowledge, strategic reasoning skills, challenging existing thoughts, knowledge, or standards, seeking additional knowledge and experience, and applying multipath logic to overcome challenges.

Logic is neither equal to conventional wisdom nor linear understanding nor arithmetic rules only: The traditional management approach is based on linear thinking - thinking of the business as a mechanical system. It is inside out with linear processes to drive efficiency. The consequence of all of this is that the “classic” management doesn’t take a systemic approach to management for spurring innovation and driving changes. Practicing lateral, nonlinear or multi-dimensional logic, could be evolutionary for understanding dynamic circumstances or things from different angles and being inclusive to appreciate cognitive differences and different points of view.

Linear thinking implies the whole is equal to the sum of its parts, but it’s only part of a story. While the linear analysis helps to break down things to the pieces, it often ignores the interconnectivity between parts and the whole. Applying nonlinear logic over linear logic and applying interdisciplinary management to gain an understanding of a business ecosystem could be at the tipping point for managing transformative changes. Some people get the whole picture to generate unusual combinations of ideas or insight, which are all interlinked attributes in varying degrees depending on our mental models, perspectives, or distinctions, etc to drive the digital paradigm shift.

Logic is about inference and deference; sequence and consequence; cause & effect, hidden clues behind many complex issues and thresholds for problem-solving. It’s important to deal with the nonlinear, multi-logical situation in today's digital dynamic, and leverage quick logic or paraconsistent logic accordingly to make progress.


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