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    Critical thinking: influences in identifying problems

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    What forces of influence should be considered while identifying a problem through critical thinking? What methods can be used during problem formulation? What is a problem statement? How can a problem statement be formulated so that it is considerate of stakeholders' perspectives?

    Please provide your own input not just a list of references.

    One paragraph with 200 words will be sufficient... its primarily your outlook on the matter. Thank you.

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    I consider the consumer who buys the products and the workers who produce products and services for sale and the shareholders (who may also be the employees) to be the influences in identifying a problem. The most obvious problem, (i.e. lower sales) is the starting place, but the next step is to ...

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    A brief paragraph on the opinion of the OTA on the three most important influences in problem identification that need consideration.