BSBCRT611 Apply Critical Thinking for Complex Problem Solving: Workplace Problem

Questions:

Apply critical thinking for complex problem solving are outlined in the assessment plan below. These tasks have been designed to help you demonstrate the skills and knowledge that you have learnt during your course. 

  1. Describe how legislation may be applicable to workplace problems (provide an example as part of your answer).
  2. Describe how organisational policies and procedures may be applicable to workplace problems (provide an example as part of your answer).
  3. Identify and describe two critical thinking methods that may be used to identify complex issues in the workplace using the table below (there is an example to get you started).
  1. Identify and describe two critical thinking methods that may be used to generate solutions to complex issues in the workplace using the table below (there is an example to get you started).
  1. written paragraph or diagram.
  2. List three advantages of addressing complex issues in the workplace.

Complete the table outlining the different types of risk that may be associated with pursuing a complex issue in the workplace

This project requires you to apply a systematic decision-making approach to address a complex workplace issue of your choice. You are required to:

  • Identify a complex issue in consultation with relevant stakeholders
  • establish the objectives, advantages, risks and resources required when pursuing solutions to the identified issue
  • source reliable information about the identified issue
  • generate a range of solutions together with relevant stakeholders
  • evaluate and compare solutions to choose the best one
  • present the chosen solution to stakeholders for feedback

refine the chosen solution to seek approval for its implementation.

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