Luke Case Study
SECTION-I:-PROBLEM SOLVING ANALSIS AND PROCESS
• LIST OF INFORMATION LUKE NEED TO GATHER TO ATTAND THE MEETING IN TOWN TOMORROW 3PM.
How to get to the town?
What is the meeting time?
How far the distance is?
What are the transport services available?
What are the buses and trains timing from one place to another?
How far the walking distance from train station to meeting office?
What are the buses and train fares?
Meeting finishing time?
After meeting what are the transport service available to get back to home?
After collect the above information I would be able to plan luke’s journey for his meeting.
He should get ready by 1.15pm and leave his house by 1.20pm.
He has a 10 minutes’ walk from his house …show more content…
In a systematic method it’s a time consuming process but result will be there. In trial and error method he can use past experience if he face same problem in present.
Critical thinking means “THINK OUT OF THE BOX”
In problem solving process as a human we always think critically to solve any problems. We can think many different ways to solve any problem and find best possible result which is closer to the situation we facing. There is always option available so if one is not work for you then you can use another option. This is a mind process of practical thinking. So problem can be solved by guess work method or systematically or trial an error methods.
In luke case,
He has many options available to reach his destination on time such as.
He may ask his friend or relatives to drop him and save some time or
He may hire taxi which is easily available in town or city or
He catches bus or train to reach his destination which is quite time consuming …show more content…
Problems and opportunities can be identified. In this case problems and opportunities have already been identified; now, we back track a little to consider goal.
There are decision making techniques you can use to find a goal which is simple, miserable, possible, time bomb and realistic.
• Decision trees
• Computer software
• Probability layout.
Group decision making:
Advantages: group peoples can provide more different ideas then an individual could think of alone.
Peoples are more likely to support the implementation of that solution.
Disadvantages: organization has to pay cost when staff spends their time in meetings instead of