pr21 - Problem Statement 1) Normally, it is written in the...

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Problem Statement 1) Normally, it is written in the present tense. 2) It describes the situation in specific and measurable terms. 3) Should contain concrete measures of the problem situation based on objective research and documentation. 4) Describe “what is happening now.” – no in the future 5) Do not include strategies (a solution) in your problem statement. The problem statement should describe “What is happening now?” in specific and measurable terms. Summarizes… 1. What the source of concern is. 2. Where it is of concern. 3. When it is a concern. 4. Who it involves or affects. 5. How it involves or affects them. 6. Why it concerns your organization and its publics. The following problem statement contains the basic six elements (what, where, when, who, how, and why) that a problem statement should address. Please analyze the following problem statement according to those six elements and indicate which, if any, are missing. During the months of June, July, August, and December, demand for blood, exceeds blood bank supplies by approximately 100 units each
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