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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishproblem-solvingˈproblem-ˌsolving noun [uncountable]  SOLVE/DEAL WITH A PROBLEMwhen you find ways of doing things, or answers to problems tasks that involve problem-solving employees with good problem-solving skills
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problem-solvingFor managers, a blend of fiscal skills and creative problem-solving will be required.Most of the test questions involve problem-solving.There one can observe a move from pure method-developing activities to more problem-solving strategies.It is not problem-solving oriented; and very often it has no relevance to the immediate needs of the society.In economics, its use is a blend of two ideas, abstraction and pure problem-solving.It relies on textbooks, repetitive problem-solving and drills to gauge what students know.They too need to learn the problem-solving, decision-making, teamwork, and interpersonal skills necessary to both team and individual performance.It also puts little stress on those problem-solving skills that are vital to the development of village life.In Science, Engineering and Technology, tutorials are likely to be devoted to problem-solving.
From Longman Business Dictionaryproblem-solvingˈproblem-ˌsolving noun [uncountable] the activity of finding answers to problemsThe course aims to help you improve your business problem-solving skills.
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