Experiential Analysis

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The process created is designed to utilise methods of recognition, ideation and various selection phases of creative problem solving techniques to assist in the decision making process involved with finding a solution to resolving a problem in a group context. The process provided places great emphasis on each group members’ involvement by actively participating in several steps, where techniques such as brainstorming and voting require each individual’s contribution. Testing and prototyping also play a key role within this process as experiential analysis’ are conducted in order to seek out where improvements and adjustments can be made as steps to producing the final ideas for a solution. The process created was formulated around the concept of the problem solving model where steps including defining the problem, determining the root cause of the problem, developing and generating alternative solutions, selecting a solution, implementing the solution and finally evaluating its outcome, were adapted into a process particularly tailored to solving a specific business or organisation…show more content…
In order for the formulation of quality and original problem solutions to be achieved, firstly engaging in the problem and understanding its root causes must occur. According to the Six-Step Problem Solving Model (2008), it is suggested that during the first stage, groups must identify and discuss the factors effecting the scope of the problem. The recognition and identification phase of the process often entails of techniques such as interviewing, brainstorming or surveys to gather information regarding the problem he group is trying to resolve (Six-Step Problem Solving Model, 2008). This in turn will benefit and enhance the group’s progress when solving a problem as it outlines the issue needing to be addressed and helps seek out the underlying

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