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You are an Employee Relations Specialist in the HR department of XYZ Corporation. The Director of Human Resources, Jacob Wickham, asks for your help in developing a comprehensive training manual for new managers entering the company. The manual will include a series of trainings and will cover a wide range of managerial topics, and you have been assigned to create an entire section titled Managerial Problem Solving & Decision Making and Employee Motivation. You will use the presentation template that Jacob created to ensure the sections are consistent for the entire manual. Your section will be further divided into two parts, with the first part focusing on managerial problem solving and decision making (to be completed and submitted this week) and the second part on employee motivation (which you will complete and submit in Week 5). Keep in mind that this training will be presented to an audience of employees who have recently begun management positions with the company, and it is possible that they are entering these positions with minimal managerial experience.
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Submit your presentation on Managerial Problem Solving & Decision Making (8–10
slides, including speaker notes). In your presentation, address the following:
Explain in what ways problem solving and decision making are interrelated. (1–2 slides)
Describe the role that creativity can play in problem solving. (1 slide)
Describe at least one decision-making style. (1 slide)
Explain what a decision-making model is and how managers can incorporate it into their
decision-making processes. (2–3 slides)
Describe 3–5 techniques that managers can use to make better decisions. (2 slides)
Explain what factors must be considered when participating in group decisions. (1–2
slides)
In Part 1 of your presentation, be sure to include a cover slide and References slide. In
addition, provide detailed speaker notes for each slide that you could use as a script to
present this training orally to a group of new managers.
Week 4 Assignment Template:
Contributing to a Management
Training Manual: Part 1
[Your Name Here]
Walden University
Introduction
[In 1–2 sentences, briefly explain the purpose of your
presentation. Replace this content and remove the
brackets.]
Part 1: Managerial Problem
Solving & Decision Making
Problem Solving and Decision Making:
The Connection Between Them


[Explain the ways in which problem solving and
decision making are interrelated. (1–2 slides)]
[Add a second slide if necessary. If a second slide
is added, update the titles in both to add “1 of 2”
and “2 of 2.” Refer to further slides for reference.]
Problem Solving and Decision Making:
The Role of Creativity
[Describe the role creativity can play in problem
solving. (1 slide)]
Problem Solving and Decision Making:
Decision-Making Styles
[Describe at least one decision-making style.
(1 slide)]
Problem Solving and Decision Making:
Decision-Making Models: 1 of […]



[Explain what a decision-making model is and how
managers can incorporate it into their decisionmaking processes. (2–3 slides)]
[Update the title with the total number of slides
for this question.]
[Continue to the next slide.]
Problem Solving and Decision Making:
Decision-Making Models: 2 of […]



[Continue from the previous slide.]
[Update the title with the total number of slides
for this question.]
[Add a third slide if necessary. If a third slide is
added, update the title in it to add “3 of 3.”]
Problem Solving and Decision Making:
Decision-Making Techniques: 1 of 2
[Describe 3–5 techniques that managers can use to
make better decisions. (2 slides)]
Problem Solving and Decision Making:
Decision-Making Techniques: 2 of 2
[Continue from the previous slide.]
Problem Solving and Decision Making:
Group Decisions


[Explain what factors must be considered when
participating in group decisions. (1–2 slides)]
[Add a second slide if necessary. If a second slide
is added, update the titles in both to add “1 of 2”
and “2 of 2.”]
Conclusion
[In 1–2 sentences, provide a brief conclusion to this
topic. Replace this content and remove the brackets.]
References
[Include a reference list at the end of your
presentation, just as you would in a paper. Include a
minimum of two scholarly references. Reference list
entries take the same format they would in a paper:
Jones, P. (2004). This great book. New York, NY: Publisher.
Smith, W., & Cat, D. (2010). How to make a good
presentation great. Presentations Quarterly, 45(4),
56–59. doi:10.123.45/abc]

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