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Process Journal #9: Process Reflection

Reflect on how you can make improvements to the structure of the creative problem solving process to improve the outcome of each phase in order to get better overall results and summarise those ideas in a new post in your process journal.


> Overall the CPS process stages were helpful to set out a plan to be able to thoroughly examine and come toward a solid problem solution.  I had found that most of my own decision making and  problem solving was within these parameters- but I was impressed to find that there was an actual model that supported my untrained system.   Though too much time was dedicated to certain phases, I think for the most part it was helpful. 



What stages can be removed, and what stages need to be added?


Less emphasis or time dedicated to Acceptance and Definition.

Trial Runs/ Prototyping/ Experimenting after Implementation prior to Evaluation.

Evaluation added in the middle of the process to reflect and regroup after or during Selection.





What methods and techniques are mandatory for each stage of the process?


Acceptance:  There needs to be a PACT between all members or the individual that they are committed to this topic/ problem.

Analyze:  A wide variety of sources of research should be collected. The more diverse- the more exciting the results.

Define:  Convergent exercises of narrowing down the research and to arrive at a definition is important - definition by committee. 

Ideate: Using online collaboration tools like MURAL are great for equal and fair team representation- because of the live component.

Select: Potpourri and Data from surveys/polls are very helpful to help substantiate a problem solution.

Implement: Conceptualizing is very important- also: Prototyping and trial runs are important for this stage- not just the blueprint.

Evaluate:  Peer and Team, as well as self, evaluation is very important for the concluding this run of the process.

Process Journal #9 - Process Reflection

Reflect on how you can make improvements to the structure of the creative problem solving process to improve the outcome of each phase in order to get better overall results and summarize those ideas in a new post in your process journal.

The creative problem solving process helped our team understand what problem we wanted to focus on and how we could solve it. Some stages took longer than others and were not as straight forward. I think that for the overall process, there could be some changes to get the results we wanted quicker. This process and the way our team worked may not fit with other teams, as each group is compiled up of unique individuals.

What stages can be removed, and what stages need to be added?

After going through all the steps, there are a few steps that could be added and taken out.

In my opinion, the accept phase could have been removed for this class. Everyone knows that they need to accept that changes are needed, so this step could be combined with the analyze phase. Under the analyze phase, I think it could should be rephrased as “research and analyze.” In order to analyze anything, you would data, which would come from the research. After evaluation, I think another round of implementation and evaluation would be necessary because there may be different prototypes to test. Implementing the first time will not always work out as planned.

What methods and techniques are mandatory for each stage of the process?

I think that there are a few things that should be mandatory for each stage of the process. For the beginning of each stage, the objective should be stated and understood by each team member. Although each stage states what should be done, the objective can explicitly state what to get out of this stage regarding a certain topic. Once the team goes through the process, there should be a reflection from all the team members. This allows everyone to communicate their thoughts and what they got out of the process. If there is misalignment between people’s thoughts, this is a good time to set things straight and get everyone on the same page before moving forward. If there is still no agreement at the end, maybe the previous objective or reflection from the stage before can help guide the team the right way. This may take longer but it could make each step more effective.