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Policy Dialogue and Problem Formation in Strategic Planning

By University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. College of Commerce and Business Administration


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Description: The paper develops an understanding of the process of organizational problem formation through the examination of current literature and research. This is a necessary prerequisite for discussing the value of decision aids for strategic planning. Approaches to problem formation such as matching of problem to problem type, creativity stimulants, and dialectical inquity and devil's advocate are examined as well as an expanded view of decision analysis as a policy dialogue process. Finally, the relationships between the various approaches are examined and a synthetic model for their use in problem formulation is suggested

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