Problem Solving Stages

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If it solves the problem then you have a successful solution.If it doesn't then you have failed and will have to go back to the drawing board to try another solution that works.

If it solves the problem then you have a successful solution.If it doesn't then you have failed and will have to go back to the drawing board to try another solution that works.

Technological change in the manufacturing industry has reduced routine factory jobs while demanding more skilled workers who can operate complex machinery.

Case study 2: Yolanda was having a hard time dealing with difficult clients and dealing with her team at the office, so she decided to take a problem-solving course.

” Failure to identify the causes or reasons for the situation often causes you to have to solve it again and again.

Fully 25% or more of situations can be effectively dealt with by discovering the correct causes.

It is important to define what your system is not going to do - as important as considering what it should do.

Most software projects fail because of specification creep - where the code in development moves away from the requirements because someone (often the developers themselves) feels that it would be good if the application also did thinking.

The quantity of possible solutions usually determines the quality of the solution chosen.

Step number six is to “Make a clear decision.” Usually any decision is better than none.

Knowing the level of thinking required to solving the problem and having an idea of a solution which is relevant to the problem.

To fully understand a problem we need to think about the following: The Electronic Crafts offices have 4 development machines running Linux and C , The platform that is being developed for is the Super MES using Visual Basic. Electronic Crafts have a game engine already running on the Super MES that you could use.

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