After reading the articles, 10 Brainteasers to Stretch your Brain and Are you Solving the Right Problems, respond to the following prompt. (If the link does not work you can google for the article too)
Please share with the class a recent problem you have encountered either at work or in your personal life. Explain the situation, the problem, the steps taken to solve the problem and the outcome. Once finished, re-evaluate the problem using the reframing method discussed in the article, Are You Solving The Right Problems. Share your process of reframing and how your understanding of the problem has changed. If your understanding of the problem has not changed, explain why.
The discussion board is a significant component of your grade. The discussion board is used to demonstrate your understanding of the concepts learned in the text and to reflect on and discuss the material with your classmates. Please make sure you tie the concepts learned each week and throughout the course to support your discussion board posts. The weekly recaps, found on the announcement tab, will be posted at the end of each week. Within the recaps, you will find examples of strong discussion board posts where students did an excellent job answering the questions and supporting their views. Please use these examples to gauge how your posts can be improved each week.
Additionally, your secondary posts to your classmates should further the discussion and include concepts learned from the text. A response of “I agree”, “ditto”, or “I disagree” are not acceptable without further clarification. To be clear, your primary and secondary post analysis must be thoughtful, well-reasoned and detailed. Respect of each other and of varying viewpoints is always expected. PLEASE BE MINDFUL TO REVIEW THE DISCUSSION BOARD RUBRIC LOCATED IN THE SYLLABUS.YOUR PRIMAY POST IS DUE BY Thursday at 11:59PM. YOUR SECONDAY POSTS ARE DUE BY THE FOLLOWING SUNDAY AT 11:59PM. Write as though you are in a business setting. Be mindful of your choice of language, grammar, and content. When citing data, research, or original ideas, you must cite the source (using the APA method). Please remember that plagiarism is defined as the theft or “the act of using another person’s words or ideas without giving credit to that person.” ( http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/plagiarism ).
Please check the “Announcements” tab each week to review my comments related to the discussion board posts and replies.