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Definition of "problem-solving" []

  • The act or process of finding solutions to problems, esp by using a scientific or analytical approach (noun)

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Use "problem-solving" in a sentence
  • "I would drink a few doses of irresponsibility, position myself less as a problem-solving machine and give myself permission to relax, to think about the abstract, to reflect on the mysteries that surround me."
  • "And just as we recognize that problem-solving is practical, we must acknowledge that discovering opportunity is pragmatic."
  • "Julie Kowal and Joe Ableidinger in a recent publication on school turnaround efforts, struck similar points -- that leaders cannot accomplish change alone, but instead must rely on the work of others, and that the most effective leaders use "a consistent combination of motivating and maneuvering tactics" to communicate vision, and success and that discussions with stakeholders must move away from "excuse making and blaming to problem-solving.""
  • "Julie Kowal and Joe Ableidinger in a recent publication on school turnaround efforts, struck similar points -- that leaders cannot accomplish change alone, but instead must rely on the work of others, and that the most effective leaders use "a consistent combination of motivating and maneuvering tactics" to communicate vision, and success and that discussions with stakeholders must move away from "excuse making and blaming to problem-solving.""
  • "That a GM learns to arbitrate fairly and well, in the same way that the players learn to work together, apply creativity and complexity to their problem-solving, and that everyone works together to co-create an excellent tale is the actual goal."