Personal Effectiveness Case Study
Step 2. Problem solving stages
We can use two very different approaches in the sample decisions. In a rational situation as 1, 3, 4 the goal is clear and the problem is well structured. There are clear criteria and it is easy to set up the possible alternatives. We know enough information and we can plan before the action.
In the case of an intuitive situation, there is much more uncertainty. The goal is clear, but nothing else is known in the situation. Planning before the action is impossible because the lack of information. In this kind of situation a quick action can generate enough information for the further planning. We can use this action before planning approach in the 2. Sample. And it also a good method in the 5. Sample, but in that case the best action would be the observation and waiting for the best momentum.
In the 6. Sample both of the methods can be applied.
Step 3. Reflect upon a current decision
During decision making the most important question is: Have we all the information about the situation? …
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