Group Problem Solving Techniques

Imagine that you are a five-year-old kid and try to warm up your problem-solving imagination with countless questions: ‘what if’, ‘why not’, ‘can we’, ‘how about’, etc. The motto of this technique is ‘Look at things from a different perspective’.Many problems arise and remain unsolved because we are too lazy to zoom out from the content of the issue and explore the overall context of the situation. One of the most effective ways to find the best solution is to generate as many ideas as you can.We’ve gathered some funding sources — outside of loans — and compiled some helpful tips for doctoral candidates looking to...Read More BY The Room 241 Team • July 23, 2019 Summer is the time to truly think about what worked for you this past school year, and what totally didn’t.Read More BY The Room 241 Team • August 21, 2018 So you’ve decided to take the next step in advancing your career by applying to Concordia’s doctoral program. Concordia has helped many education professionals build credibility through their research and become more effective leaders. While preparing your application, some questions might come up. Also, you can sort ideas into categories like ‘The rational choice’, ‘The most likely to delight everyone’, ‘The hardest to implement’, ‘The long shot’, etc.

Here’s a detailed, step-by-step guide to successful brainstorming: Step 1. Step 3: Discuss ideas with the phrases ‘I like…’, ‘I wish…’ and ‘What if…’, ‘I wonder…’ and ‘How to…’Step 4. For instance, allow the participants to vote on stickies.

Otherwise, get creative and make sure you leave room for imagination while problem solving.

To sum up, there are key things to remember about handling challenges in the workplace. Second, and the most important, workplace challenges provide us with information about the things that need to be fixed.

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While it can be difficult to manage these costs and the time it takes to complete the graduate research process, there are resources available to help.

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