Archive | August 12, 2015

Problem Solving [Part-I]


Problem-solving is cognitive process that comprises of discovering, analysing and solving problems. The ultimate goal of problem-solving is to overcome obstacles and find a solution that best resolves the issue. The unique situation creates the best strategy for solving problems, and also creativity and insight are the best options.

Before moving on to the discussion, firstly know that-“What is Problems?” Problem is a state of difficulty that needs to be resolved. We often see people always get stuck and struggle at a point and this will strategised them to react to resolve the problems. Lasswell stresses: “Knowledge of the decision process implies systematic and empirical studies of how strategies are made and put into effect”. Hence, Problem-solving does more analysis of hypothesis, predictions, Causation, and optimising, there develops a body of potential premises that can be used in deducing conclusions, just as Chemistry was able to deduce the existence of new elements before they were empirically discovered. But all these attributes can only possible to adhere, if a person poses some universal steps that discussed below.

 

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