Problem Solving

By: Business Impact UK Ltd  24/04/2013
Keywords: Strategic Planning, Continuous Improvement, problem solving

Problem solving is a key skill and it’s one that can make a huge difference to your team. At work, problems are usually at the centre of what happens every day. You are either solving a problem, supporting those who are solving problems, or discovering new problems to solve. There are four basic steps to solving a problem: A. Defining the problem B. Generating alternatives C. Evaluating and selecting alternatives D. Implementing solutions Who is it for? This workshop is suitable for Managers leading problem solving activities and operators applying problems solving techniques. Benefits: • Structured approach to problem solving • Selection of appropriate problem solving methods for specific problems • A team based problem solving approach

Keywords: Continuous Improvement, problem solving, Strategic Planning

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