Demonstrate decision tools and employ appropriate analytical business models to break down complex issues

Learning Goal: I’m working on a management multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Learning Outcomes:Explain and apply critical thinking and cognitive psychology as it pertains to analyze and synthesize information for problem solving and decision making. (C.L.O :2.1)Demonstrate decision tools and employ appropriate analytical business models to break down complex issues. (C.L.O :2.2)Demonstrate effective leadership skills and teamwork capacity for efficient decision making with the problem owners and other stakeholders as either a team member or a team leader.. (C.L.O :3.1)Assignment Question(s):(Marks 10)Assignment Instructions for Part-I: Log in to Saudi Digital Library (SDL) via University’s websiteOn first page of SDL, choose “English Databases”From the list find and click on EBSCO database.In the search bar of EBSCO find the following article:Title: “Better Brainstorming” Author: Hal GregersenDate of Publication: March-April, 2018Published: Harvard Business ReviewRead the article titled as “Better Brainstorming” by Hal Gregersen, published in Harvard Business Review, and answer the following Questions: Summarize the article and explain the main issues discussed in the article. Discuss the three steps of ‘Question burst’ in brainstorming in relation with the text you learnt in the course.Part-II- Critical Thinking Question“Critical thinking is the opposite of creative thinking.” Do you agree? Provide examples of why you agree or disagree.Suppose you are a member of a group asked to find ways to cut costs throughout your organization for the upcoming year. Sales have fallen sharply, and the company is in danger of going out of business. After gathering information, your group concludes that the company will save the most money by freezing pay for a year, despite a tradition of annual salary increases. How can you make sure this is a fair decision? How can you make sure that others in the organization will see it as a fair decision?