Vertical thinking

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Vertical thinking is a type of approach to problems that usually involves one being selective, analytical, and sequential. It could be said that it is the opposite of lateral thinking.[1]


  1. ^ Whetten, David (2011). Developing Management Skills. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. p. 744. ISBN 978-0-13-612100-8.