Register Now Course Description This challenging, yet entertaining, course revisits many of the thinking and problem solving skills that lie dormant in the average person. The course explores various kinds of individual and group problem solving approaches, and shows how the wrong approach merely perpetuates problems rather than solving them.
Instead of just relying on traditional ideas or past practices to resolve a problem, the creative approach encourages people to participate in a dynamic setting which encourages new ideas and to identify the best solution.
Most organizations do have the creative power within their own employee. The creative process brings together various people including managers, office personnel, line workers or supervisors, and many others. The people chosen to participate depends on the problem being solved.
However not having the right tools and techniques will not bring you the expected results. Shifting Mental Models — From Problem Conscious To Solution Consciousness Provoking the old mental model which is a roadblock in solving problem Learning and internalizing the proven method in becoming solution conscious Identifying and breaking the personal styles, which inhibit the paradigm shift towards solution consciousness Module 2: Troubleshooting — Using state of the art tools to analyze the root cause Using various idea generating tools assist in the developing solutions Module 3: Root Cause Analysis — Using Analytical Thinking Uncovering the potential root causes of the problem Developing hypothesis for the likely root causes Techniques in testing the hypothesis using analytical thinking Using Parallel thinking in identifying and analyzing the root cause DAY 2 Module 4: Synergizing Inter-Department To Solve Problems Understanding each departments roles and responsibility Clarifying each others current issues and their expectations Being Solution Conscious in Resolving disputes Developing Hypothesis and counter-testing the hypothesis Managing different personalities in a problem solving discussion Module 5: Role plays, group work, video screening, case studies and discussion from individual experience.Problem solving activities provide a way to relate classroom learning to authentic hands-on real-world situations.
Problem solving can help students to develop decision making skills, critical thinking, autonomy, communications, negotations, team building, and personal responsibility for learning. Course workshop. Through a series of interactive small-group workshops, you gain practical decision-making skills using critical thinking and creative problem-solving techniques.
Critical thinking is considered a higher order thinking skills, such as analysis, synthesis, and problem solving, inference, and evaluation. The concept of higher order thinking skills became well known with the publication of Bloom’s taxonomy of educational objectives.
Applied critical-thinking skills provide an essential foundation for all effective planning, problem-solving, and decision-making activities. Participants of this class will discuss the concept of critical thinking and conduct exercises to practice real-life scenarios of: planning, problem-solving, and decision-making.
Creative Thinking and Problem Solving potential. Today's decision makers must use a variety of thinking styles, methodologies and creative processes.
In this course, you develop your skills as a critical thinker and problem solver. 1.
Make better decisions through critical thinking and creative problem solving 2. Adapt to different. Critical thinking – the application of scientific methods and logical reasoning to problems and decisions – is the foundation of effective problem solving and decision making.
Critical thinking enables us to avoid common obstacles, test our beliefs and assumptions, and correct distortions in our.