Class Handout - T he Relationship between Problem Solving...

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The Relationship between Problem Solving and Decision Making A problem exists whenever there is a difference between what is actually happening and what the individual or group wants to be happening. Problem solving is the process of taking corrective action in order to meet objectives Decision making is the process of selecting an alternative course of action that will solve a problem Decision Making Styles 1. Reflexive Style: likes to make quick decisions without taking the time to get all the information that may be needed without considering all alternatives; decisive and don’t procrastinate 2. Reflective Style: likes to take plenty of time to make decisions, taking into account considerable information and an analysis of several alternatives; may procrastinate 3. Consistent Style: making decisions without rushing or wasting time; know when they have enough information and alternatives to make a sound decision The Decision-Making Model 1.
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