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Chapter 4 Objective Finding, Fact Finding, and Problem Finding/Definition. Objective finding SWOT analysis Fact finding Who, what, where, when, why, how? Dimensional analysis Problem finding Redefinition approaches Analytical methods. OBJECTIVE FINDING. FACT FINDING.

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Chapter 4 objective finding fact finding and problem finding definition l.jpg

Chapter 4 Objective Finding, Fact Finding, and Problem Finding/Definition

  • Objective finding

    • SWOT analysis

  • Fact finding

    • Who, what, where, when, why, how?

  • Dimensional analysis

  • Problem finding

    • Redefinition approaches

    • Analytical methods


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OBJECTIVE FINDING


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FACT FINDING

  • State the problem as ‘In What Ways Might..(IWWM)

  • Record relevant Who? Why? What? When? How?

  • Use Answers to create redefinitions

  • Select the best redefinitions


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DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS


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PROBLEM FINDING

  • Redefinition approaches

    • Laddering

    • Goal orientation

    • Boundary examination

    • Progressive abstractions

    • ‘Why’ method

  • Analytical methods

    • Decomposable matrices

    • Cause and effect diagrams


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LADDERING


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GOAL ORIENTATION


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BOUNDARY EXAMINATION


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PROGRESSIVE ABSTRACTIONS


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WHY METHOD


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DECOMPOSABLE MATRICES


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CAUSE AND EFFECT DIAGRAM


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