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What problem does the group want to work on?

AI Discussion ... Discuss

  • Consider areas of common interest and passions within your group - this can coalesce around your mission
  • It be a big problem, but you can focus on a smaller area to make a more practical and immediate impact
  • Be creative on enlisting supports
  • There is no wrong answer - work on a problem that inspires you!
     
Thoughtful discussion ideas  web site -Kialo,com Five Keys for Great Meetings, Part 3: Problem Solving´╗┐ - Jeff Nischwitz Review and select a problem

 

One environmental solution using old plastics (YouTube) /  Paper(PDF)

 

 

Global Drivers: 

 

Possible choices
  • Politicians working cooperatively
  • Drug problem in the USA/ Our Community
  • Creating a Community Culture
  • Hunger in the world/ our neighborhood?
  • Has technology been a benefit to society?
  • Future of work?
     
Step 1
Discuss your potential problem.  How are we going to find the root cause?
 

Identify the need or problem

 

  • Compare / Contrast is used to show similarities and differences
  • Decision process
  • Drawing Conclusions
 
Image result for picking a problem Do research to answer your questions about the potential problem Research
  • Classification
  • Sequencing
  • Critical Thinking
  • Compare / Contrast
  • Root Cause Analysis
 
     
Step 2 Team discussion ...

Questions

 

  • Be creative in your thinking.
  • Are there issues in picking the problem?

 

  • How are we going to organize doing this process?
  • What's the important issues in the community?
  • How will we do this?

 

     
Step 3 Can Root Cause Analysis Improve Policies and Procedures | PDCflow Blog Use tools to evaluate the root cause  Problem Framing,

Look for many options to reframe the problem.  Its like doing a brain-storming for the problem vs. the solution.

Examples

Picking a Topic
Fishbone Diagram
The 5 Whys

 

     
Step 4 Final one is selected to work on Does it need to be broken into its parts?
     
Step 5 Create the requirements for judging you final solution Requirement
   

 

 

 

Additional Information:

 

 

 

 

a) Picking a project ...  b)  Requirements & Measurements

 

Flip Problem framing, Design

Framing the problem Requirement
5 Whys Root Cause analysis