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Problem Solving TRAINING

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  • 1. Jika tdk keberatan mhn biaya/ dana (ganti ongkos kirim/copy file) tsb sebesar Rp.55.000,- mhn dapat disetorkan/ditransferkan ke :
    - rekening BCA Cabang Maranatha Bandung a.n. KANAIDI SE No.Rek :4491205690, atau
    - rekening BNI 46 Cabang ITB-Bandung a.n. KANAIDI SE No. Rek: 0278629066 atau No.Rek :0158985599, atau
    - rekening Bank Syariah Mandiri Cabang Kopo-Bandung a.n. KANAIDI No.Rek : 3907003422.

    2. Setelah dana disetor/ditransfer, mhn sgra kabari/konfirmasi kepada kami, dan slide/materi dgn judul tsb (dlm bentuk Powerpoint) dengan senang hati akan sgra kami kirimkan.

    Regard,
    Kanaidi, SE., M.Si
    Jl. Sariasih No.54 Sarijadi-Bandung 40151
    e-mail : kanaidi@yahoo.com telp. 022 2009570
    atau SMS ke : 0812 2353 284
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  • 1. Kanaidi, SE., M.Si [email_address] Problem Solving
      • LEADERSHIP SKILL
      • For SUPERVISOR (Advance)
      • Training
      • Bandung, 17-18 Maret 2010
  • 2. Scenario More employees are failing their jobs this year compared to last year. Who is to blame?
  • 3. Managers’ Perspective? Employees KNOW NOTHING ! They are both LAZY and STUPID ! What a perfect combination to become an employable graduate! Yeah! Blame it on us!
  • 4. Problem Solving 3. Problem Solving Process Problem Solving 4. Problem Solving Tools
    • What is Problem Solving?
    2. Barriers to Effective Problem Solving
  • 5. “ Problems call forth our courage and our wisdom; indeed, they create our courage and our wisdom . It is only because of problems that we grow mentally and spiritually.” - M. Scott Peck What is Problem Solving?
  • 6. 1. What is Problem Solving?
    • Problem solving forms part of thinking.
    • Considered the most complex of all intellectual functions, problem solving has been defined as higher-order cognitive process that requires the modulation and control of more routine or fundamental skills (Goldstein & Levin, 1987).
    • It occurs if an organism or an artificial intelligence system does not know how to proceed from a given state to a desired goal state .
    • It is part of the larger problem process that includes problem finding and problem shaping.
    Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Problem_solving
  • 7. Barriers to Effective Problem Solving “ He who asks a question may be a fool for five minutes, but he who never asks a question remains a fool forever. ” - Tom Connelly
  • 8. 2. Barriers to Effective Problem Solving
  • 9. 2. Barriers to Effective Problem Solving
    • Failure to recognize the problem
    • Conceiving the problem too narrowly
    • Making a hasty choice
    • Failure to consider all consequences
    • Failure to consider the feasibility of the solution
  • 10. “ It's not that I'm so smart, it's just that I stay with problems longer.” - Albert Einstein Problem Solving Process
  • 11. Creative Problem Solving is not a destination….. It is a journey….
  • 12. 3. Problem Solving Process Accepting the Problem Step 1: What is the Problem? Step 2: What Are the Alternatives? Step 3: What Are the Advantages and/or Disadvantages of Each Alternative? Step 4: What Is the Solution? Step 5: How Well Is the Solution Working?
  • 13. Accepting the Problem
    • To solve a problem, you must first be willing to accept the problem by acknowledging that the problem exists and committing yourself to trying to solve it.
    • Strategies to find the motivation and commitment to prepare you to enter the problem-solving process:
      • List the benefits . – how will solving the problem benefit you?
      • Formalize your acceptance .- formal commitment to solve problem
      • Accept responsibility for your life .- we have the potential to control the direction of our lives
      • Create a “worst-case” scenario .- what are potential disastrous consequences of your actions or inactions
      • Identify what’s holding you back .- what is preventing you from solving the problem?
  • 14. Step 1: What is the Problem?
    • Step 1A: What do I know about the situation?
    • Step 1B: What results am I aiming for in this situation?
    • Step 1C: How can I define the problem?
      • View the problem from different perspectives.
      • Identify component problems.
      • State the problem clearly and specifically.
  • 15. Step 2: What Are the Alternatives?
    • Step 2A: What are the boundaries of the problem situation?
    • Step 2B: What alternatives are possible within these boundaries?
      • Discuss the problem with other people.
      • Brainstorm ideas.
      • Change your location.
  • 16. Step 3: What Are the Advantages and/or Disadvantages of Each Alternative?
    • Step 3A: What are the advantages of each alternative?
    • Step 3B: What are the disadvantages of each alternative?
    • Step 3C: What additional information do I need to evaluate each alternative?
  • 17. Step 4: What Is the Solution?
    • Step 4A: Which alternative(s) will I pursue?
      • Evaluate and compare alternatives.
      • Combine alternatives.
      • Try out each alternative in your imagination.
    • Step 4B: What steps can I take to act on the alternative(s) chosen?
  • 18. Step 5: How Well Is the Solution Working?
    • Step 5A: What is my evaluation?
      • Compare the results with the goals.
      • Get other perspectives.
    • Step 5B: What adjustments are necessary?
  • 19. Problem Solving Tools “ Because I'm thinking in a broader way, I feel like I am able to make better decisions.” - Takafumi Horie
  • 20. Same tools that help rocket scientists, Disney, Pixar, gaming, marketing – home of some of the most creative minds in the world – use thinking tools – why wouldn’t you (why didn’t I?) 4. Problem Solving Tools
  • 21. 4. Problem Solving Tools
    • SWOT/TOWS Analysis
    • Pareto Analysis
    • Paired Comparison Analysis
    • Grid Analysis
    • Decision Trees
    • Force Field Analysis
    • Six Thinking Hats
    • Ishikawa Diagram
    • Mind Mapping
    • Porter’s 5 Forces Analysis
    • Plus-Minus-Interesting (PMI)
    • Cost/Benefit Analysis
    • etc.
    I can study these tools on my own.
  • 22. 6 Thinking Hats Edward de Bono “ The six thinking hats is a method for doing one sort of thinking at a time.”
  • 23. 6 Thinking Hats 6 Thinking Hats Creative Positive Objective Feelings Negative Process
  • 24. Benefits of Using 6 Thinking Hats
    • Role-playing (Put the hat on, take the hat off, switch hats, and signal your thinking)
    • Encourage creative, parallel and lateral thinking
    • Improve communication
    • Speed up decision making
    • Avoid debate
    • Detaching the Ego
    • Occasional Use (Single Hat)
    • Sequence Use 
  • 25. White Hat - Objective
    • Facts, Figures, Data and Information
    • Questions:
    • What information do we have here?
    • What information is missing?
    • What information would we like to have?
    • How are we going to get the information?
  • 26. Red Hat – Feelings
    • Feelings, Intuition, Emotions and Hunches
    • No need to justify the feelings. How do I feel about this right now?
    • Examples:
    • My gut-feeling is that this will not work.
    • I don't like the way this is being done.
    • This proposal is terrible.
    • My intuition tells me that prices will fall soon.
  • 27. Black Hat - Negative
    • Caution, Difficulty, Judgment and Assessment
    • Questions:
    • Is this true?
    • Will it work?
    • What are the weaknesses?
    • What is wrong with it?
    Critical Thinking Hat
  • 28. Yellow Hat - Positive
    • Benefits, Feasibility and Optimism
    • Questions:
    • Why is this worth doing?
    • What are the benefits?
    • Why can it be done?
    • Why will it work?
  • 29. Green Hat - Creative
    • Creative Ideas, Alternatives, Suggestions, and Proposals
    • Questions:
    • Are there any additional alternatives?
    • Could we do this in a different way?
    • Could there be another explanation?
    • What are some possible solutions and courses of action?
    Creative Thinking Hat
  • 30. Blue Hat - Process
    • Sums up what is learned. Organization of thinking. Thinking about the thinking process (Reflection).
    • Examples :
    • Set the agenda.
    • Suggest the next steps.
    • Ask for other hats.
    • Ask for summaries, conclusions, and decisions.
    Meta-Cognition Hat
  • 31. Sequence Use – Seeking an Idea White Gather available information. Green Explore and generate alternatives. Yellow Assess the benefits and feasibility of each alternative. Black Assess the weaknesses of each alternative. Green Further develop the most promising alternatives and make a choice. Blue Summarize and assess what has been achieved so far. Black Make the final judgment on the chosen alternative. Red Find out the feelings on the outcome.
  • 32. Sequence Use – Reacting to a Presented Idea Red Find out the existing feelings about the idea. Yellow Find out the benefits in the idea. Black Point out the weaknesses, problems and dangers in the idea. Green See if the idea can be modified to strengthen the yellow-hat benefits and to overcome the black-hat problems. White See if available information can help in modifying the idea to make it more acceptable. Green Develop the final suggestion. Black Judge the final suggestion. Red Find out the feeling on the outcome.
  • 33. Sequence Use – Short Sequences
    • Yellow/Black/Red : Quick assessment (idea)
    • White/Green : Generate ideas
    • Black/Green : Improve an existing idea
    • Blue/Green : Summarize & suggest alternatives
    • Blue/Yellow : Any benefits? (e.g. the idea)
    • Etc…
    • “ ...Be open-minded and creative about the sequence use, too!”