Situation Analysis and Problem Statement: Gene One

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Business

 

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Elizabeth C

 

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August 24, 2014

 

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University

 

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A

 

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"Defining the right problem the right way is both the most difficult and the most critical step in problem solving" ("Defining the Problem: The Critical Step to Realizing Opportunities", http://mycampus.phoenix.edu, p.1). Using a step-by-step problem-solving process, not only will solutions be identified, but the "process also incorporates appreciative inquiry, which helps to reframe the problem into an opportunity and defines success in terms of the desired future end state and success factors ("Problem Solving Based Scenarios: An Approach to Identify Opportunities to Create Value for the Business", http://mycampus...
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Additionally, key stakeholders and their perspectives can also be identified. Throughout this paper I will use the nine step problem solving model in an effort to analyze Gene One, a biotech company that is looking to become a public entity within the next three years. Situation Background (Step 1) During the problem-solving process it is important to identify both the challenges and opportunities when describing the situation...
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