Create a Problem Statement

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1 Create a Problem Statement Lynn Lam MGT521 October 16, 2010 Zebedee Willie
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2 Create a Problem Statement Problem statement is the heart of the introduction of any document. An efficient document will stimulate readers by expressing a problem that the document can help solve. It will help the students understand the problem if the researcher will also state the consequences that make the problem worth solving. “An effective problem statement has four parts: Status Quo, Destabilizing Moment, Consequences, and Response” (no author, 2010). The status quo describes common statements about the topic that the researcher thinks are imperfect or imprecise. The destabilizing moment challenges the reader's initial commitment to the existing status quo theory and it indicates a flaw in the theory without simply stating the claim. The consequences are either costs of leaving the situation unresolved or the benefits of resolving it. Response depends on the two types of problems that the four-part model of the problem statement applies. This paper will discuss the following: creating a problem statement, from the identified issues, which focuses management's efforts to solve these issues and reach the organization's goals. The author will also create an end vision of Kudler Fine Foods by describing where Kudler Fine Foods could be if this problem is solved by management. Kudler Fine Foods (KFF) is a premier gourmet grocery store. It has the obligations to its
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2010 for the course MGT mgt521 taught by Professor Zbwillie during the Fall '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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