European Institute of Management and Finance | Creative Decision Making and Problem Solving
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Creative Decision Making and Problem Solving

Creative Decision Making and Problem Solving

 

Most decisions are reached without requiring any complex decision-making process. Some problems are more complex, like deciding how to prioritize our work or understanding why a process failed and deciding what to do about it; these require a rational approach to problem solving. In this course we will cover all these important thinking approaches. After understanding the thinking mechanisms, we will provide you with methods and tools that you will practise during the sessions and that can improve the way you think and work.

 

 

Expected Outcomes:

 

Every day we make hundreds of decisions and solve many problems.  Some are easy, based on instinct and experience, and we resolve them on automatic pilot; some are testing, and no easy solutions are forthcoming.  In this highly practical, one-day course, you will learn to:

 

  • frame problems so that they can be solved (and so help in the decision-making process)
  • find one or more solutions to the most intractable problems
  • enjoy the process of problem solving, whether alone or working collaboratively with others
  • become more creative in your thinking so that, in time, solutions begin to present themselves
  • make decisions with more confidence, knowing that you have explored every avenue before committing to those decisions

 

 

Seminar Content:

 

  • Barriers to problem solving and decision making
  • Framing problems so that they can be solved
  • Stages in problem solving and decision making
  • Preparing for group problem solving
  • Techniques of problem solving and decision making
  • Large group problem solving and decision making techniques

 

 

Who should attend:

 

  • Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Administrators
  • Business Professionals