Creative Problem Solver

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12:00am 1 Jan 1970

Creative Problem Solver

We believe that to be a creative problem solver you need to develop a wealth of several key skills, as outlining in this article. Problem solving is all about tackling an issue in your own unique and effective way, and so below we have a breakdown with some helpful guides to develop your understanding.

You should be curiously inquisitive and question the world around you. We believe you should be enterprising, innovative and collaborative to make connections with people around you and shape interdisciplinary thinking. This allows you to make and provide practical solutions locally and globally to issues faced, as you develop solutions alone and as a part of a team. To develop this skill and feel comfortable taking initiative, click here to learn more.

For more information on how you can develop your problem solving skills, check out this great guide by clicking here. Furthermore, you should also consider unique ways to tackle issues and develop your own unique insights into problem solving. To develop this, you can check out this guide.

To work on developing your ability to problem solve as a whole, you should check out these six great tips.

If you need any further help and advice relating to your award feel free to visit us in either our office at Curzon on the ground floor opposite the barriers and reception, or in the Seacole Students Union Office. Alternatively, you can also contact us at Graduate+@bcu.ac.uk for more information. We’re always happy to help.


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