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Group Problem- Solving Strategies and Formats

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Linh Nguyen

on 17 March 2014

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Transcript of Group Problem- Solving Strategies and Formats

Group Problem- Solving
Strategies and Formats
Breakout Group
Problem Census
(i.e Cards listing ideas)
Focus Group
(Market research)
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
Decision-Making Methods
Consensus (Full group support)
Majority Control (Democratic style)
Expert Opinion
Minority Control (e.g. a committee)
Authority Rule (Authoritarian style)
The End
Thank you for your participation.

>>> Group Problem-Solving
Advantages:

Resources
Accuracy
Commitment
Diversity
Stages in an Ongoing Problem-solving group
Orientation
Conflict
Decision emergence
Reinforcement
Panel Discussion
(informal discussion)
Symposium
(divide topics)
Forum
(allows opinions from non members)
Dialogue
(focuses on perspective taking)
By: The Nguyens
When to Use Group For
Problem Solving?
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?
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