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The 6 steps to structured problem solving

Posted By Kane Crowhurst on 9th April 2018

Utilising a disciplined problem solving technique in software development is valuable in a few circumstances. Being able to resolve an issue for a bespoke software system can be very challenging, but at RSK BSL we work as a team or an individual to get this done. It is critical to utilise the correct way for the job that needs to be done. This is a great technique that sets aside some opportunity to plan.

1- Identifying the problem

Firstly, you are characterising the scope of the problem you need to explain. Focuses to consider at this stage include: problem starting point – whether it is the UI or something in the back end, problem affect (e.g. on clients/internally) and course of events to tackle the problem.

2- Structure the problem

Putting the problem into a detailed structure for investigation is one of the considerable bits of knowledge that an employee can bring to their work and their team around them. Structuring a problem is recognising the vital issues. 

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A vital issue could be that the client is unable to access the bespoke system provided for their business and not being able to complete day-to-day tasks because of this.

3- Develop solutions

Rather than bringing one solution to the table, it is always best to give yourself the option of different solutions to the problem. The best way to do this is gather each possible way to resolve the main issue you’re facing.

4- Select a solution to the problem

With a list of solutions that might be possible to resolve the issue, it is presently time to choose. On the off chance that you confront an individual problem or one that exclusive effects your work, picking the alternative that strikes you as best and resolves the issue is sufficient.

5- Implement a solution

After selecting the solution, you put the arrangement into place. Implementation may turn into its very own task. With all things considered, undertaking this task with a team and project management skills will complete the task and get the problem resolved. In software development, a solution can always be the start of a new issue, so when putting this into place you need to be aware of what it could create and take this in to account. 

6- Monitor for success

Monitoring the solution and circumstance is a key advance to guarantee the issue is resolved, particularly in the event that you have allocated the assignment to another team member. Monitoring is essential since issues can be an indication of a more profound issue. At RSK BSL, we contact our clients if they ever have an issue to monitor and keep an ongoing relationship.

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