Applied Problem Solving Workplace

Applied Problem Solving Workplace

Applied Problem Solving In the Workplace,
Activities 1a and 1b are designed to facilitate thinking about what makes a complex problem complex. You need to demonstrate your understanding by describing the characteristics and complexities of two sets of four examples from your own observations; firstly from a global perspective and secondly from the perspective of your organisation. Look to include citations where possible to ensure academic rigor.

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Applied Problem Solving Workplace

Applied Problem Solving WorkplaceActivities 1a and 1b are designed to facilitate thinking about what makes a complex problem complex. You need to demonstrate your understanding by describing the characteristics and complexities of two sets of four examples from your own observations; firstly from a global perspective and secondly from the perspective of your organisation. Look to include citations where possible to ensure academic rigor.

Suggested Activity One Reading – Identifying Complex Problems

Resource One 

Journal Fisher, A., Greiff, S. and Funke, J. (2012) The process of solving complex problems. The Journal of Problem Solving, 4(1) 19-42

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Activity 1a Identifying complex problems

We start this study of problem solving by thinking about real-life complex problems.  Some examples might be hospital waiting lists, changing the culture of an organisation, or moving a manufacturing plant from one country to another.

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