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  • పరిష్కార సామర్ధ్యానికి పరీక్ష!

    * ఇంటర్వ్యూల్లో అభ్యర్థుల‌ Problem Solving నైపుణ్యాల‌పై కంపెనీల దృష్టి

           నిత్యజీవితంలో అనుకోని చిక్కులు ఎదురవుతుంటాయి. అలాంటి సందర్భాల్లో అభ్యర్థులు ఏ తీరులో పరిష్కరిస్తారో గమనించి ఇంటర్వ్యూల్లో మార్కులు వేస్తుంటారు. సమస్యల స్వభావం అంచనా వేసి, సమయానుకూలంగా పరిష్కార మార్గాలు అన్వేషించాలని చెప్పుకున్నాం. అందుకు తోడ్పడే కొన్ని కిటుకుల్ని తెలుసుకుందాం! సమస్యలు వివిధ స్థాయుల్లో, వివిధ సాంద్రతలతో, బహుముఖాలుగా ఉండొచ్చు. వీటిని పరిష్కరించడానికి విభిన్న కోణాల్లో ప్రయత్నం జరగాలి.
    పరిష్కృత భాగంపై దృష్టి
           కొంతవరకైనా పరిష్కారమైందా, అయితే ఎంతవరకు.. అనే విషయాన్ని గమనించాలి.
    ''If you are not sure, where you are going, you are liable to end up some place else, and not even know it''

    - Robert-F-Majer

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  • Problems are Opportunities!

    The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world's problem.          - Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi

    When every physical and mental resources is focused, one's power to solve a problem multiplies tremendously.                          - Norman Vincent Peale

    No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.
                                                                               - Albert Einstein
            Crisis Management & Problem Solving are indeed two different issues to deal with. Crisis Management is typically the term used in case of a disaster; we generally hear it in Organizations / Corporates. Problem Solving is more a general term or something we use on a day-to-day basis. But, here for the benefit of our readers who are either students or those in the beginning stage of their careers, we tried to present them as one aspect.

    Problem Solving need demands for certain abilities:

    ¤ to be flexible.
    ¤ to apply different working styles on different occasions, e.g. ‘Task', ‘Individual' or ‘Team' oriented
    ¤ to possess communicative skills and the confidence to negotiate and compromise.
    ¤ to be capable of handling and sifting large quantities of, sometimes inaccurate and sketchy information to draw up as accurate as possible a picture of the situation.
    ¤ to be capable of recognizing and filtering the right information and need to know when to become pro-active in gathering data.

           There are many approaches to problem solving, depending on the nature of the problem and the people involved in the problem. The more traditional, rational approach is typically used and involves, eg, clarifying description of the problem, analyzing causes, identifying alternatives, assessing each alternative, choosing one, implementing it, and evaluating whether the problem was solved or not.

            Another, more state-of-the-art approach is appreciative inquiry. That approach asserts that "problems" are often the result of our own perspectives on a phenomena, eg, if we look at it as a "problem," then it will become one and we'll probably get very stuck on the "problem." Appreciative inquiry includes identification of our best times about the situation in the past, wishing and thinking about what worked best then, visioning what we want in the future, and building from our strengths to work toward our vision.

           The activities of problem solving and decision making are closely intertwined, so the reader will often find mention of the two topics together.

  • Key Elements of Problem Solving

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