Week 2 DQ 1 - What are the characteristics of a problem?...

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What are the characteristics of a problem? The characteristics of a problem are clarity, time issues, multiple people, items, or relationships, and interfering or opposing goals. How might a problem present itself? A problem might present itself in several ways. A problem might be a challenge that is blocking progress or attainment of a goal. A problem might present itself through miscommunication; problems occur easily when communication is not open and clear. A problem might also present itself as something that interrupts your everyday routine. Problems can also occur from lack of paying attention; if processes, relationships, communication, and many other actions are not monitored a problem may arise. How should a problem be investigated and identified? A problem should be investigated and identified through considering who, what, where, when, why, and how in relation to the problem. A problem can be identified by narrowing it down to the root. For instance if your problem is you hate your job; then you should figure out exactly
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This note was uploaded on 06/25/2011 for the course MGT 350 taught by Professor Adams during the Spring '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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Week 2 DQ 1 - What are the characteristics of a problem?...

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