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Prepare a list of 'how might we' questions.List 3-4' how might we' questions in the space below.Determine three (3) evaluation criteria to shortlist three (3) solutions at the end of theideation sessionYou may consider:oFeasibility (such as technical requirements)oResources needed for implementationoSkills and knowledge need to execute the ideaoCosting Vs Benefits of the solutionoStrategic fitoSynergy with the organisationoAdded valueoTime to implement the ideaoLegal and regulatory considerationsoInternal barriers (such as stakeholders' expectations)oExternal barriers (such as the economic landscape)You can then use the criteria as a checklist with a rating scale, 1-5, where 1 is poorand 5 is excellent against each criterion.List the criteria in the space below.During the meetingPresent the Brief - Scope of the resolution processExplain the structure of the ideation session and the ideation techniques you will useExplain any rules such as time allocated for the ideation processFacilitate the sessionDocument the alternative solutions brainstormed by the groupUse the table below.Ideation methodIdeas/SolutionsBSBCRT611 - Apply critical thinking for complex problem solving V3 2021Page 19RTO Provider: 91153- CRICOSCode: 02672Kgreenwichcollege.edu.au
Shortlist three (3) solutions in collaboration with the group, considering the selectioncriteria you developed when preparing for the ideation session.List the three (3) shortlisted solutions in the space below.2.2.2 EvaluationEvaluate the three shortlisted ideas, and apply decision-making processes to select themost viable solution.Evaluate the three (3) shortlisted solutions against the three criteria developed whenpreparing the ideation session.Idea/solution<Addcriteria>Rating 1-5<Addcriteria>Rating 1-5<Add criteria>Rating 1-5<Add shortlisted solution><Add shortlisted solution><Add shortlisted solution>Identify two (2) advantages and two (2) limitations of each shortlisted idea.Idea/solutionAdvantagesLimitations<Add shortlistedsolution><Add shortlistedsolution><Add shortlistedsolution>Use a modified version of a decision tree diagram to assess the three (3) solutions(see chart below).We have simplified the decision tree diagram to help you decide on the most viablesolution.oComplete the diagram identifying two (2) risks and two (2) rewards for eachshortlisted solution.BSBCRT611 - Apply critical thinking for complex problem solving V3 2021Page 20RTO Provider: 91153- CRICOSCode: 02672Kgreenwichcollege.edu.au
oDetermine if you would recommend the solution or not.Develop a feedback register template to record feedback about the recommendedsolution systematically.Please refer to the continuous improvement policy for guidance.Document the register (in table format) in the space below.

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