What Is the Nature of the Clinical Problem? Practice issues arise from a variety of sources and for many reasons. Problem-focused triggers include risk management data, quality assessment and improvement data, total quality management and continuous quality improvement data, and importantly, nurse-generated identification of clinical problems at the bedside.
Simpler Words and Phrases Assessing Speaking and Presentations West Point, New York: Mead, and Melinda G.
Prentice Hall Handbook for Writers 12 ed. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: The Elements of Style 3 ed. Macmillan Publishing Company, Colomb, and Joseph M. The University of Chicago Press, Washington, DC, June Washington, DC, January Mission accomplishment requires skilled leaders able to make the right decision.
Individuals who transmit their intent and ideas so that others understand the message and act on it possess one of the primary qualities of leadership—the ability to communicate clearly. Your success as a military leader depends partially on your ability to think critically and creatively and to communicate your intention and decision to others.
This student text focuses on how you arrive at your decision and communicate it to others. Effective Army writing transmits a clear message in a single, rapid reading and is generally free of errors in grammar, mechanics, and usage.
Good Army writing is concise, organized, and right to the point. Two essential requirements include putting the main point at the beginning bottom line up front BLUF and using the active voice. Active voice writing emphasizes the doer of the action, shows who or what does the action in the sentence, and creates shorter sentences.
The standard also holds true for verbal communications. It means that by the time you finish presenting information or a course of action, your subordinates, peers, and superiors should know your intent and understand your recommendation or decision. Effective Army writing and communication are based on applying critical thinking, creative thinking, decision making, and problem solving skills to solve complex problems.
Critical thinking helps us to judge what is true and is an essential tool in solving complex problems. Critical thinking is thorough and involves all elements of reasoning. Critical thinking is rigorous in applying high standards to identify and evaluate evidence to guide decision making.
Critical thinking requires that you analyze the task, identify your goal sand clarify the problem you need to solve. This includes considering the many perspectives influencing the task.
You also need to recognize that the data information, evidence, facts, observations, or experiences you work with may be incomplete.
Critical thinking requires that you examine your assumptions and those of others, as well as the inferences, conclusions, implications, and consequences of those assumptions. Creative thinking is specific thought processes which improve our ability to be creative. It is thinking deliberately in ways to improve the likelihood of new thoughts occurring.
Creative thinking maximizes the ability of the brain to think of new ideas and explore multiple avenues of actions or thoughts.
It asks you to identify those inhibitors that focus your thinking along predetermined paths. Inhibitors include perceptions, culture, environment, emotions, intellect, and "idea killers" usually expressed in such phrases as "We already tried that," "It would take too long," "The commander would never support it," "I have enough information," etc.
Successful creative thinking never takes place in a vacuum; it builds on critical thinking skills. Decision making is the cognitive process of making choices or reaching conclusions.SAGE Journal Articles combine cutting-edge academic journal scholarship with the topics in your course for a robust classroom experience.
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Requirement: This is your end-of-block exam for L The purpose of this assessment is for you to demonstrate your achievement of the TLO for L Finally, you do not have to submit a CGSC Form w writing evaluation for this assignment.
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-iv- ST_Jan09ns CGSS STUDENT TEXT REFERENCES Bons, Col Paul M., United States Army, Editor in Chief. U.S. Army Command and General Staff College Catalog U.S.
Army Command and General Staff College Stimson Avenue the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College (CGSC) exists to educate, train and develop leaders for Unified Land Operations in a Joint, Interagency, Intergovernmental, Multinational operational environment; and .
The demand for successful teaching depends on collective knowledge and richness of diverse perspectives which requires the need for collaboration and teamwork in all parts of organization.