Identify a business issue and a potential solution. Ask three ‘what if’ questions in relation to the solution and write your response to each.



Identify[AAAA1]  a business issue and a potential solution. Ask three ‘what if’ questions in relation to the solution and write your response to each.


Is the solution viable? Why?

هذي الخطوات المطلوبة للحل : (انا لقيت مشكله شوف لو مناسبة بس رتبها بالطريقة المطلوبة وبرسلك الليرن قايد تبعها أي شيئ حيكون لونو اخضر في هذا الايميل حيكون من الليرن قايد)


Business issue:

Potential solution:




The might not be a viable solution [AAAA2] 


Identify a business issue and a potential solution. Ask three ‘what if’ questions in relation to the solution and write your response to each.


Is the solution viable? Why?


Business issue: people who lack of love of their work.

Potential solution: motivate and compliment them constantly

1-what will happen if we Put celebrations centre stage?

if you are looking for ways to inject a sense of appreciation into the workplace, it’s worth celebrating wins, no matter how big or small they might be, and this will encourage employee to love their job and  they will do more than we expect from them..


2- what if we Let everyone know where they stand?

 nobody’s going to feel positive about work if they don’t get some sort of feedback or acknowledgement from time to time.

 if you get them bad communication this can be responsible for turning employees off from their day-to-day tasks and this can cause them lack of love for their work


3- What if we suggest contributing to team- work? 

 People who love their jobs often enjoy their peer relationships. If they have great colleagues who share their values and outlook, so much the better.



4-What would happen if you showed your appreciation to your employees?

When employees feel like they’re making a difference each day, they’re creating impact and the benefits are well felt. Show you recognise success at work and you’ll encourage them to work more.




The might not be a viable solution


2.4 – Undertake sensitivity[AAAA3]  analysis on any proposed options


Question 2 [AAAA4] 



With reference to a problem and a solution, explain how you would structure the subsequent documentation, in terms of content, form and style.


The featured problem and solution may be a previously used example or a new one; in any case, you should provide a brief outline of these.


 Structure in line with the organisational requirements



Supporting evidence



2.5 – Ensure documentatio[AAAA5] n reflects a logical approach to the evaluation of the evidence and conclusions drawn



Monitoring performance

How do you measure performance? And, how do potential indicators illustrate that your team is performing to its fullest? If certain members of your team aren’t working as well as they should, your business could suffer as a result.




The solution: Detail a set of performance indicators that show how well your team and your business is performing. Rather than using simplistic finance indicators, it can be highly beneficial to identify, clarify and agree upon the expectations of respective teams. Identify how the results will be measured, monitor the progress made and evaluate performances at the end of the management cycle.[AAAA6] 





Question 3


Give two different examples of how you could adjust information management systems and decision support [AAAA7] systems to meet your processing objectives.




2.6 – Adjust management information [AAAA8] systems/decision support systems to meet information processing objectives




Question 4

Identify three different types of information you may have to consult others about. For each, explain what the information is, why you need it, whom you would contact and whether they are internal or external to your company.



 types of information

what the information is

why you need

whom you would contact

internal or external

Legal advice

Unfair  payment

No lawyers in the company

Legal company lowyers

External [AAAA9] 






1-       Medical advice















Question 5



Create an RACI chart for at least three tasks at your organisation. You should state who is responsible, accountable, whom to consult and whom [AAAA11] to inform.


الحل في الجدول اللي باحطو بالون الأحمر لك بس لازم تغير كل شيء فية بس افهم الطريقة يعني  وتسلم .



3.5 – Ensure decisions taken are within the delegation/accountability of the group/individual responsible [AAAA12] 


Example R[AAAA13] ACI:  Change every things please  [AAAA14] 


RACI Chart

Team member







Create plan






Research external resources






Submit change request














Ø  Responsible = R

Ø  Accountable = A

Ø  Consult = C

Ø  Inform = I


Question[AAAA15]  6


Explain your organisation’s guidelines and procedures for making decisions to resolve business issues.


How does your business ensure that decisions are consistent with organisational objectives, values and standards?


You may answer in reference to an identified problem and resolution if you wish.


Provide an example from your workplace.




Question 7[AAAA17] 


Give an example of a business problem you could have to make a decision about and suggest what could happen if the decision was not taken within the designated timeframe.




 [AAAA1]I have answered some questions but please check them.

 [AAAA2]. These are the steps to answer this question. I wrote an answer and I want you to check it please.

 [AAAA3]This is to help you to answer this question.


Sensitivity analysis

When you draft and propose solutions and courses of action in response to problems, issues or other situations, you should conduct a sensitivity analysis on your options in order to assess how likely they are to succeed and be implemented successfully.

A sensitivity analysis mainly includes asking a series of ‘what if?’ questions in relation to scenarios related to your available options. By asking ‘what if?’ you can assess whether the plan would succeed if things didn’t go exactly to plan.

For example:

Ø  What if we can’t get the resources?

Ø  What if the staff can’t do it?

Ø  What if it goes over budget?

Ø  What if it’s not approved?

Ø  What if sales don’t pick up?

Ø  What if customers don’t like it?

If the plan falls at the first hurdle, you should either:

Ø  Take steps to alter and reinforce the plan, or

Ø  Abandon it for one that can stand the problems.

Conducting a sensitivity analysis allows you to form contingency plans and to restructure your plans, instead of implementing a poor plan and encountering problems to try and overcome.

For example:


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