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Unformatted text preview: Analyze the Problem • Seek other perspectives. • Be flexible in your analysis. • Consider various strands of impact. • Brainstorm about all possibilities and implications. • Research problems for which you lack complete information. Step 3: Formulate Possible Solution Paths • Try to think of all possible solutions. • Be creative. • Consider similar problems and how you have solved them. Step 4: Evaluate Possible Solution Paths Step 5: Choose a Solution • Compatibility with your life goals and priorities. • Amount of risk. • Practicality. Step 6: Evaluate Your Solution Keys to Problem Solving • Think aloud. • Allow time for incubation. • Talk about the problem....
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- Fall '06
- reasoned decision making, Decision Making Types