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Investigation on constructing a model for problem analysis and problem solving from the views of I-Ching
I-Ching;problem analysis;model of problem solving
|Issue Date: ||2011-05-23 13:38:36 (UTC+8)|
I-Ching is a classical creation in Chinese culture. Therefore, I-Ching is highly reputed as the head of Chinese classics. The main thinking in I-Ching is divided into ‘change’ and ‘unchanged.’ ‘Change’ means making decisions from an integrated perspective regarding each specific situation. ‘Unchanged’ refers to the fixed values.
The step of the model of problem solving is the accumulation of knowledge in the process of problem solving. According to the analysis from the perspective of managing special projects, planning problems can be viewed as a kind of procedures and as the derivation of the model of problem solving. The thinking and approaches used in this model can provide a guideline for future problem solving and assistance in reference.
Therefore, the purpose of the research is to propose the concept of the model of problem solving in terms of managing special projects. By the assistance of the analytic system, the research combines the knowledge from I-Ching, provides the situation of problem solving, assists in improving the abilities of thinking and approaches used in problem solving, and then promotes the performance of problem solving and knowledge sharing.
The study population is 通契範文教創意團隊 which has applied the model of problem solving to a creative camp. Based on the problems happening during the activities, the research not only stands on the model of problem solving embedded in the process of managing special projects, but builds an operating model to provide further reference for relevant activities held in the future.
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