Nike Nine-Stage Process For Creative Problem Solving

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Chapter 4 of your textbook illustrates the utilization of the Nine-Stage process for creative problem solving by providing an example. Nike has plans to develop and manufacture a new cross-training sneaker. It has been in the works for some time now and as such, is almost ready for the production phase. An unexpected problem has prevented Nike from beginning its production phase. It seems that the material to be used for the sneaker-sole has gone up in price. The supplier is unique in the sense that they have exclusive access to chemicals, rubber, and other materials such that they can only produce the sneaker-sole specified in the Nike design. The supplier claims that the materials they use have gone up in price, hence the increase in cost to Nike. Use your previous readings and the Nine-Stage process to find a solution.


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Nine-Stage process for creative problem solving.
Thesis: We cannot avoid all the problems we face in our daily lives, but we can minimize the
effects of the problem.
The Nine-Stage process for creative problem solving
Step one: Define the problem.
Step two: Gather facts, feelings and opinions.
Step three: Identify the real problem.
Step four: Generate possible solutions.
Step five: Evaluate alternatives.
Step six: Select the best alternative.
Step seven: Gain approval.
Step eight: Implement the decision.
Step nine: Evaluate results.


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Nine-Stage process for creative problem solving

Every day, we are faced by, and the difficulties we face may be large or small. The
significant challenges are always intimidating while the minor problems are always mindnumbing. We cannot avoid them because they are also part of our everyday success. Leaders
are in their positions because they are good at providing solutions to problems (Goodnough &
Hung, 2008). However, some of the tr...

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