It is essential to refine ideas and solutions to find the highest quality solution to a problem. The creative thinking process is used to produce ideas but the critical thinking process is used to evaluate and refine ideas and solutions. Applying criticism to ideas and solutions reduces the risk for error and makes good ideas even better (Ruggiero, 2009). In this paper Arguments will be evaluated and revised resulting in a refined and final solution to the problem. Original Issue
How do I express an issue with laziness towards employees without being disrespectful or appear as if I’m attacking them? Through close observation of my co-workers I realized that they do slack off from time to time and that’s either because they had a bad morning or they just have something on their mind that makes them inattentive to the work that is coming their way. That is why they end up falling behind on their side and of course I have to jump in and help them out a bit because customers are waiting for their glasses and it doesn’t help the business when we have to keep refunding the sales due to tardiness. Initial Solutions
With the importance of having the respect towards other individuals in the work place I put my imagination to work and brainstormed for solutions. Initial solutions included: ▪ accept my position at work and help an individual out when they are down ▪ Let them take out the work on their own
▪ Help the teammates out a little with taking the work out ▪ Accept my Position at work because that is why I get paid more ▪ Try to make the other person laugh and forget about their problems at least for the time being After defining all my initial solutions, I critically examined each solution to determine the best. Critical Examination of Best Solution
After the initial solutions were stated, I evaluated each solution for possible complications and imperfections. After evaluation I chose two solutions that I think will solve the...
References: 1) Ruggiero, V. R. (2009). The art of thinking: A guide to critical and creative thought (9th ed.). New York, NY: Pearson Longman.
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