A quick fix is like putting a band-aid on a leaking faucet. The solution is just temporary. If you want to solve problems effectively and permanently, you need to do structured problem-solving. Get to the root of every problem, ferret out the data, analyze it and establish proven solutions with ease.

In this pathway, master the ability to think through complex problems, define well-crafted problem statements and synthesize the best possible solutions. Arrive at smart decisions that benefit  not only your business but also your professional life.

Thrive Skills are an essential set of cognitive, social and behavioral skills to enable our learners to continuously succeed, at every stage of their career.

Structured Problem-Solving is a learned skill that helps you to step back and evaluate your problems, big or small, in a clearer, more structured way. A structured approach to problem solving brings clarity to all who are involved in a certain situation. A structured approach to problem solving also helps in coming up with long-term solutions that are practical and can be easily implemented.

A quick solution to a problem is like putting a band-aid on a leaky faucet. Sooner or later, the band-aid will tear off and the faucet will start to leak again. Structured Problem-Solving helps a person think through complex problems, define well-crafted problem statements and synthesize the best possible solutions.

A structured approach to problem-solving at the workplace benefits your business in many ways. It helps you come up with rational solutions that will solve a problem in the long term. It also helps in eliminating the stress of fixing the same problem multiple times.

Harappa programs that focus on Structured Problem-Solving as a Thrive Skill are High Performing Leaders Program and First Time Manager Program.

Other Thrive Skills under SOLVE are Structured Problem-Solving, Practical Cleverness, Performance Orientation, Managing Projects Expertly, Logical Reasoning and Learning Agility.

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