- Increase working productivity and effectiveness
- Be better at managing and creatively resolving issues at work
- Be confident in helping the team to continuously improve
- Have a common language for decision making and problem solving
- Develop creative thinking to manage situations effectively
Are you systematic & creative in your thinking?
Do you or your team members…
- Spend most of the time fire-fighting rather than planning or preventing problems?
- Spend a lot of time solving problems and not find the root cause?
- Avoid making decisions, lack decision making tools or base decisions on emotions rather than facts?
- Get stuck in yesterday’s ideas or fail to put new ideas into action?
Systematic & Creative Thinking
Beyond Problem-Solving & Decision-Making Skills
DPI’s Systematic & Creative Thinking framework helps your people develop important skills that are necessary in effectively managing everyday situations at work. The program provides a set of systematic processes, complete with tools, templates and creative approach. The systematic processes and tools enables individuals to rapidly and objectively channel and evaluate relevant information, in order to initiate decisive actions that resolve problems and challenges that arise.
Who Should Attend?
All supervisors, junior managers, and first-time managers.
- Remove blocks to creativity.
- How to generate new ideas creatively.
- Assess new ideas logically.
- Implement new ideas successfully.
Decision MakingKey Learnings • Identify decision-making objectives. • Formulate selection criteria. • Screen and compare alternatives. • Evaluate decision risks. • Make the best-balanced choice.
- Identify decision-making objectives.
- Formulate selection criteria.
- Screen and compare alternatives.
- Evaluate decision risks.
- Make the best-balanced choice.
Problem SolvingKey Learnings • Identify when there is a problem. • Describe clearly what the problem is. • Analyze available information to detect similarities or differences. • Test possible causes to identify root cause. • Recommend appropriate action to address root cause. • Improve their discipline in problem solving and analysis.
- Identify when there is a problem.
- Describe clearly what the problem is.
- Analyze available information to detect similarities or differences.
- Test possible causes to identify root cause.
- Recommend appropriate action to address root cause.
- Improve their discipline in problem solving and analysis.