The six step problem solving approach the steps in

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The six-step problem solving approach. The steps in the process Step 1: Research and define the problem.   .   Present State/Desired State Step 2: Determine the cause(s) of the problem Use questioning and analysis to determine the causes of the problem. Trouble Shooting Analysis (TSA) o What? o Why? o Who? o Where? o When? Step 3: Generate Solutions Use creative techniques, such as brainstorming to generate and organize possible solutions .. Alex Osborn’s brainstorming Futuring
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Other People’s Views State University You work for State University. University President Pamela Meyer needs your help with a problem.  Many of the  students coming to the students right out after high school want to live in an apartment nearby the campus  sharing the costs with a couple of other students.  One of the challenges that the university faces is helping  these students to understand how they will manage their finances if they move out of their parent’s house and  into their own apartment. With your team, your task is to develop a model budget plan that students and their  families can use for financial planning. The university already has a Budget Template in place, so you will need to  fit your plan into what they are already using.  
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