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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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This note was uploaded on 05/30/2008 for the course HUM 100 taught by Professor Labairon during the Fall '06 term at South Central College: Faribault Campus.
- Fall '06