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Unformatted text preview: --What are the causes of the problem? 3. Generate multiple solutions (brain storm) 4. Develop criteria and apply to each solution 5. Select the best solution 6. Assess the “fit” of the solution. Be critical Divergent Thinking Brainstorming Guidelines 1. no criticism 2. “hitch hiking” 3. quantity over quality 4. everyone participates Group Task: You are a group of ASU students, faculty and administrators. Many older visitors have been coming to the campus for events and classes. They have been experiencing access difficulties. What can the West campus do to be more accommodating to older visitors and students? You have a very limited budget to make structural changes. You have to keep the needs of all students and visitors in mind. Provide a list of changes/solutions to the problem. Order in term of preference....
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- Spring '08
- Psychology, Thought