About This Chapter
Team Problem Solving Techniques - Chapter Summary
The chapter your employees are about to go through can be used for corporate training purposes. It has sections that detail different team-related problem-solving strategies. Additionally, your employees will learn about the following:
- Problem resolution strategies and tools for high-performing teams
- Pros and cons of group decision making
- Making group decisions in business
- Solving team problems using the common sense approach
Lesson quizzes can help your employees check their understanding before they get ready to take the chapter exam, which encompasses general topics from each lesson.
How It Helps
- Emphasizes teamwork: This chapter emphasizes teamwork, which helps your employees become more adept at solving problems as a team.
- Resolves difficult problems: Thanks to this chapter, difficult problems can be solved in an effective manner once employees get into groups.
- Brings awareness: After your employees examine the pros and cons of group decision-making, they can decide whether solving problems in a group is ideal for their situation.
At the end of this engaging, brief chapter, your employees will be able to:
- Identify the three main points of the common-sense approach to decision-making
- Define group decision making
- Determine what the three types of group decision-making are
- Understand the pros and cons of group decision-making
- Describe the four tools used by high-performance teams to solve problems
1. The Common Sense Approach to Team Problem Solving
A successful team works together to achieve a common goal. During this process, teams need to resolve problems together. This lesson will address the common sense approach to team problem solving.
2. Problem Solving in High-Performing Teams
In this lesson, you'll see how high-performing teams solve problems and learn what makes a good team member. You'll see how they work together and how they solve any personal differences they have with each other.
3. Techniques for Group Decision-Making in Business
Group decision-making is where a group of individuals are brought together in hopes of determining a solution to a problem. The three types of group decision making are nominal, Delphi technique and brainstorming.
4. Strengths and Weaknesses of Group Decision Making
Group decision making is when a group of individuals tackle a problem together to achieve a solution. There are both strengths and weaknesses to this type of organizational decision making.
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