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    Whenever we are faced with an ethical problem or challenge, we oftentimes tend to believe that there are only two options, either this or that and nothing in between. Creative problem solving in ethics tells us that this is not true in most cases, nearly nothing is only black or white. Creative problem solving is defined as a technique used to address an ethical issue in an innovative or original way. It is looking at a problem or challenge from different angles and thinking of creative solutions. This is an important concept in ethics because proposing creative methods not only helps us increase our range of options to an issue, but it also improves our understanding of the issue itself and also the values that may be involved (Weston, 355).…

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    Creative Problem Solving Project Reflection: Complete a separate reflection for each one of the four stages. Stage ___Clarify________________________ 1. What are all the pluses, the positives about this stage? What did you like about it or what did you learn? Did you have any favorite tools for this stage? (list 3 – 5 thoughts) I could find a lot of my dreams through this stage. I always have been thinking a lot of wishes to achieve myself. My favorite tools that I used for this stage was that…

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    COMM104: Learning Communities Creative Problem Solving Assessment – Stages 1-5 Problem Solving Assessment Scenario: It is my second week on the job, and I have been struggling to make it to work on time. I began work at 7:30am. Over the past week, I was 10 minutes late on Monday, 15 minutes late on Tuesday, and almost a half hour late on Wednesday. My…

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    test that helps create a picture to help a person evaluate where they are in life, how far one has come since their last test, and what they have to do to be successful in Bethel’s online program (Bethel University, 2014). The test listed 30 skills for a person to evaluate. Being honest was the only way for a person to be truly evaluated. The test was very interesting and even though I did not learn anything new about myself it did confirm why I am in management at my job. In this reading…

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    In this phase, learners should be able to transfer what they learned in training into their work environment. In CapraTek’s training needs assessment (TNA), multiple objectives and goals were established to fulfill leadership training. CapraTek’s leadership training objectives include: 1. Improving communication skills amongst peers within the next year, 2. Increase employee morale and engagement by thirty percent through better supervision of management, 3. Develop collaborative efforts…

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    I could relate to it when author had mentioned about Mr. Bennett from LIES school in South Carolina, which was to replace physical education by dance once per week. Doing this can definitely increase child’s interest in exercise. In my younger years in school, if I had been exposed to variety of arts in school, I would have been able to enjoy school more and would have developed my interest in any particular domain of arts. In all the chapters’ author talks about, how arts can increase creative…

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    radical different take on conceivable outcomes. Reword the issue: Stating the issue diversely regularly prompts distinctive thoughts. To rephrase the issue take a gander at the issue from various edges. Think reverse: If you feel you can 't consider anything new, take a stab at flipping around things. Rather than concentrating on how you could take care of an issue/enhance operations/improve an item, consider how might you be able to make the issue the item. The converse thoughts will come…

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    as described by Dr. Paul and Dr. Elder, include many of the same steps as the army problem solving process, with a few important and significant additions. The army problem solving process includes the following seven steps: Gathering information and knowledge, identifying the problem, developing the criteria, generating possible solutions, analyzing possible solutions, comparing possible solutions, and making and implementing the decision . When utilized in conjunction with the problem…

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    there was a substantial number of creative people in society today and would see no reason why that would change over time. However, in my opinion, American society has shifted to encouraging, awarding, and focusing on those that can be creative in the business world. Startups and “self-made billionaires” are the newest role models. A person that is creative; has a passion to create something from nothing, to solve a problem in a novel way, or share a story or emotion through with others –…

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    all encounter problems related it to our job or a life situation. Problem solving is a skill that is required of every person in almost every aspect of life. Generally, people do not like problems because problems are time-consuming and they create stress. In order to solve any problem we need to know the source of the problem, and then address the reasons behind it, whether it was weaknesses or areas to improve. Being imaginative is highly appreciated when solving a problem, which is something…

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