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The Problem-Solving Process In Modern Organizations: Learning From Psychosocial Theories

The Problem-Solving Process In Modern Organizations: Learning From Psychosocial Theories

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    The past may not always be a good indicator of the present or the future. Hence, the organization must cultivate the foresight and patience to be able to evaluate a problem solution in an objective manner. Psychosocial theories have tried to explain, predict, and describe organizational problems. This has been done to make it easier to solve any challenges that organizations face over time. This book offers a unique opportunity to explore the classic problem-solving process from a theoretical and practical point of view. It will be a useful text for undergraduates in a range of disciplines that include business management, administration, entrepreneurship, psychology, social work, and leadership studies.

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    Seyed Ali Fallahchay PhD.,is a Professor at the University of Mansford. He, also, teaches at Raffles Design Institute in Indonesia. Dr. Fallahchay earned his Doctorate from De La Salle Araneta University in the Philippines. He earned his Bachelor in Engineering of Industrial Forestry from the University of Azad Islamic, Iran. In 2011, he became a licensed engineer. While pursuing his post-secondary education, he managed his own distribution company in Iran. He also managed a manufacturing business in the Philippines. Dr. Fallahchay has a passion for teaching. In 2015, he started teaching at several colleges and universities in the Philippines. Later, he became the Director of Research and Development at one of the University in Philippines. Dr. Fallahchay has authored five (5) books -Modern Scientific Communication, The Economic of Innovation, Data Science and Decision Making: An Introductory Text for Students and Practitioners, Business and Administrative Communication, Communication in Everyday Life, and Handbook of Group Decision