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Practical Problem-Solving Skills in the Workplace by Pamela Helling, Rebekah Lashman, Judith Combes Taylor

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From Problem to Project

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Learning Objectives

By the end of this chapter, you should be able to:

•   Name the two major elements of a project.

•   Ask yourself the critical Qs—critical questions to organize the information you’ve collected about your problem and identify additional information you may need.

•   List the elements of a project-objective statement.

•   Name two techniques for developing a task list.

UNDERSTANDING THE ELEMENTS OF A PROJECT

It’s easy to get sidetracked or overwhelmed when you’re working on solving a problem. Studies have shown that a major block to problem solving is the perception that the problem is too ...

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