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Problem Solving in Three Steps

This approach will give structure to the problem solving process.


In order to avoid unfruitful discussions and provide a clear structure for the problem solving process it is advisable to clearly separate the following steps.

1. Analysing the problem

The aim is to look at the problem from different perspectives and to gain a full picture about the problem and its impact.

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2. Generating ideas

The aim is to generate a variety of possible solutions in order to have a greater choice when looking for ideas to implement.

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3. Assessing ideas and planning their implementation

The aim is to select and prioritise ideas, to assess their impact and plan their implementation.

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