Defining its boundaries, establishing criteria

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Problem analysis involves framing the issue by defining its boundaries, establishing criteria with which to
select from alternatives, and developing conclusions based on available information. Analyzing a problem
may not result in a decision, although the results are an important ingredient in all decision making.
Another way to consider problem analysis is a process that includes identifying and defining the problem,
gathering information about the problem, and deciding if one or a group will begin work to solve the
problem. A decision to solve the problem leads to analysis of the problem, in this model, asking the what,
why, how, and other basic questions. From this point, the group can re-visit the decision to solve and refine
any issues (risk, cost, feasibility, for example.)
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