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Group Problem- Solving Strategies and Formats
Transcript of Group Problem- Solving Strategies and Formats
Strategies and Formats
(i.e Cards listing ideas)
Parliamentary Procedure (general rules in a discussion)
A structured Problem-Solving Approach
1. Identify the problem
2. Analyze the problem
3. Develop creative solutions
4. Evaluate the solutions
5. Implement the plan
6. Follow up on the solution
Consensus (Full group support)
Majority Control (Democratic style)
Minority Control (e.g. a committee)
Authority Rule (Authoritarian style)
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>>> Group Problem-Solving
Stages in an Ongoing Problem-solving group
(allows opinions from non members)
(focuses on perspective taking)
By: The Nguyens
When to Use Group For
1/ Is the job beyond the capacity of one person?
2/ Are individual's tasks interdependent?
3/ Is there more than one decision/solution?
4/ Is there potential for disagreement?