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Group Exercise – Problem Analysis. PURPOSE To understand the basic principles of analysis of problems by identifying major problems and the main causal relationships between them. . Instructions: Identify existing PROBLEMS , imagine future ones of NSO.

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Group Exercise – Problem Analysis

PURPOSE

To understand the basic principles of analysis of problems by identifying major problems and the main causal relationships between them.

Instructions:
• Identify existing PROBLEMS, imagine future ones of NSO.
• Each participant writes down a suggestion for a A STARTER or FOCAL PROBLEM.
• The group should then discuss each proposal and try to agree on ONE STARTER or FOCAL PROBLEM.
• Identify substantial and DIRECT EFFECTS of the focal problem.
• Identify substantial and DIRECT CAUSES of the focal problem.

PROBLEM TREE

Instructions (continued):

• Construct a PROBLEM TREE showing the cause and effect relationships between the problems.
• Review the problem tree, verify its validity and completeness, and make necessary adjustments
Guidelines:
• Each group nominates a RAPPORTEUR and a FACILITATOR. The group RAPPORTEUR will report back to plenary. The Facilitator will guide and facilitate discussions.
Guidelines (cont):
• We have a maximum of 40 minutes for the discussions/ Group Exercise
• The group’s FACILITATOR will designate an area where the group may work. You may use the areas outside this room.
• Metacards or idea cards will be issued for each case study. The exercise will discuss these ideas.
• Each group will be assigned a topic from the 4 cases

Cases for Discussion:

GROUP 1 : Improving the quality of Population Census data

GROUP 2 : Gaining users’ confidence in statistics by improving dissemination

GROUP 3 : Improving Gender Statistics

GROUP 4 : Improving data processing infrastructure