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Problem Solving (Comprehensive) PowerPoint Presentation 153 slides with Participant Handouts

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Problem Solving (Comprehensive) PowerPoint Presentation
153 slides with Participant Handouts

There are many approaches to problem solving, depending on the nature of the problem and the people involved. Problem solving is defined as a systematic approach to defining the problem (question or situation that presents uncertainty, perplexity or difficulty) and creating a vast number of possible solutions without judging these solutions.

Learning Objectives:

Be prepared to actively listen in order to accurately understand the problem.
Know how to take the first step in solving a problem.
Clarify and define the problem.
Understand the usefulness of collaborative problem-solving and decision-making.
Examine different decision making models.
Utilize creativity in the problem- solving/decision-making process.

PowerPoint Presentation Slides Include:

Definition/s of problem solving
Learning objectives for this presentation
15 points on teaching problem solving and 34 points on understanding the process
5 points on defining the problem and 5 points on brainstorming
13 points on a scientific approach to data, solution, and reflection
4 points on learning skills and 5 points on understanding the problem
6 points on past experience and future problems plus 5 points on learning from the past
7 primary issues for problem solvers and 8 active listening techniques
14 points on active listening and 5 points on group perspective
4 critical essential steps of creative problem solving
6 points on group or individual brainstorming
10 points on problem solving framework and 23 points on the problem solving process
4 quotes on what is decision making and 10 factors for making effective decisions
7 points on styles and approaches plus 6 C’s of decision making
10 traps in an inherent system and 7 points on decision making methods
6 points on vertical thinking and 7 points on lateral thinking
7 “creative thinking” environments and 10 points on adaptors and innovators
9 points on collaborative problem solving and 4 requirements of group problem solving
22 points on 5 steps of collaborative problem solving
5 points on leadership and creative work environments
8 points on triggers for inspiration and 5 points on sacred cows
20 points on 4 modes of problems solving and 16 points on S.W.O.T. analysis
16 action steps and much more.

09 Additional New Content Pages:
Etymology / (Page 9)
Problem-solving Cycle / (Pages 10-14)
Collaborative Problem-solving / (Page 114)
Techniques / (Pages 138-139)

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Problem Solving (Comprehensive) PowerPoint Presentation 153 slides with Participant Handouts

  1. 1. PROBLEM SOLVING readysetpresent.com
  2. 2. 2 Program Objectives ( 1 of 2 ) Problem Solving Be prepared to actively listen in order to accurately understand the problem. Know how to take the first step in solving a problem. Clarify and define the problem. Understand the usefulness of collaborative problem-solving and decision-making. readysetpresent.com
  3. 3. 3 Program Objectives ( 2 of 2 ) Problem Solving Examine different decision making models. Utilize creativity in the problem- solving/decision-making process. Plan, practice, and problem-solve while making decisions through case studies, role playing and group discussions. readysetpresent.com
  4. 4. A CHALLENGE Please Write A One Sentence Definition For PROBLEM - SOLVING and DECISION - MAKING.
  5. 5. 5 Definitions (1 of 3) Problem Solving Problem-solving readysetpresent.com A systematic approach to defining the problem (question or situation that presents uncertainty, perplexity or difficulty) and creating a vast number of possible solutions without judging these solutions.
  6. 6. 6 Definitions (2 of 3) Problem Solving Decision - making The act of narrowing down the possibilities, choosing a course of action, and determining the action’s potential consequences. readysetpresent.com
  7. 7. 7 Definitions (3 of 3) Problem Solving “Problem-solving is a cognitive processing directed at achieving a goal where no solution method is obvious to the problem- solver.” Critical Thinking Defined: “Purposeful mental activity that helps formulate or solve problems, make decisions, or fulfill a desire to understand.” readysetpresent.com
  8. 8. 8 Etymology Problem Solving The word “problem” came from the Old French word, “probléme” in the late 14th century. The word “solve” came from the Latin word, “solvere” in the mid-15th century. The original meaning was “to disperse, dissipate,” or “loosen.” The meaning to “explain or answer” is from the 1530’s and the mathematical meaning is from 1737. readysetpresent.com
  9. 9. 9 Quotes Problem Solving Imagination is more important than knowledge.” Albert Einstein Originality is simply a fresh pair of eyes.” Woodrow Wilson readysetpresent.com
  10. 10. 10 Problem-solving Cycle (1 of 7) Problem Solving Identify the problem. Understand the problem. Organize the information. Allocate resources. Monitor. Check and Evaluate. readysetpresent.com
  11. 11. 11 Problem-solving Cycle (2 of 7) Problem Solving 1Identify the problem: You must be aware of the problem to be able to work on it. readysetpresent.com
  12. 12. 12 Problem-solving Cycle (3 of 7) Problem Solving 2Understand the problem: You must understand every aspect of the problem in order to figure out the best way to solve it. readysetpresent.com
  13. 13. 13 Problem-solving Cycle (4 of 7) Problem Solving 3 Organize the information: You must organize the information effectively. • Separate the most important information. • Discard the irrelevant information. • Use the organized information to find a strategy. readysetpresent.com
  14. 14. 14 Problem-solving Cycle (5 of 7) Problem Solving 4 Allocate resources: Decide which resources can be used and to what extent they can be used. Resources may include: • Time. • Money. • Equipment. • Space. • Materials. readysetpresent.com
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