They explain what kinds of problems are best solved using spreadsheets and how to solve them, and include a problem-solving process and problems or analyses at three levels.
What does PSP stand for?
PSP stands for Problem-Solving Process
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- Prime Sierpinski Project
- Prince Shopping Plaza (Nagano, Japan)
- Princeton Series in Physics (Princeton University; Princeton, NJ)
- Principal State of Polarization (property of FO cables)
- Print Service Provider
- Private Satellite Program
- Private Sector Participation
- Private Sector Project (various locations)
- Probability of Successful Penetration
- Problem Solving Partnership (various locations)
- Processor Support Package
- Product Service Plan
- Product Stewardship Program (various organizations)
- Product Support Program
- Product Support Provider (US Army)
- Production Service Provider
- Production Software Package
- Professional Service Provider
- Professional Services Partner (various companies)
- Professional Skills Program
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Although this is not a problem-solving process per se, establishing these structural elements can be an important prerequisite in enabling team members to implement the problem-solving processes in an efficient and effective manner (McNamara, Rasheed, & Delamatre, 2008).
The cool thing about that was, we could have a person from customer service show up at an operations problem-solving session, and I would say that after five minutes of sitting in on the discussion, they would understand where in the problem-solving process they were, because everyone's using the same model," he says.
This guide describes how these partnerships can be created and sustained from the classroom to the boardroom by following five steps: understanding and aligning the personality of your school district with the overall personality of your community; asking quality questions that promote a commitment to a common purpose; making quality a habit by creating organizational structures that celebrate differences within acceptable community standards; focusing on success as a means of renewing schools from within rather than imposing solutions from the outside; and managing tasks so that your stakeholders learn to appreciate different personalities as a necessary part of your problem-solving process.
It also retrieves answers--prior knowledge, really--to questions hatched in the problem-solving process.
As with any problem-solving process, a key first step is listing facts and assumptions.
Keeping the cost down is one of the ways management can justify engaging outside support for the problem-solving process.
At the same time, Harrison was beginning the process of implementing a Six Sigma program, which is a combination of several quality initiatives blended together with a clear problem-solving process that anchors all quality activities to dollars.