Applied problem solving, workplace, complex problems, REME, British Army
Problems are a natural part of the human form since the numbers of times that people make the wrong decisions are too many as a result the errors made. There is however a difference between the complex problems and the simple local problems that is easy to solve. Complex problems are the problems, which are not easy to understand or analyse due to their complicated and intricate nature. Additionally complex problems are material enough and they are regarded as unwelcome, hence they need to be properly assessed and understood to understand. In regard to the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (REME) the complexities associated with technological advancements as well as increasingly complex equipment constitute complex problems. Women and men of REME are forced to remain up to the associated challenges mainly through training as well as ensuring that they remain updated with modern engineering.
[...] Fig below shows the REME logo, which depicts the association motto among its members. Fig.2: REME Logo With respect to the different types of Complex problems, the tables below show the different problems facing the REME transitions Activity Identifying complex problems in your organisation The British Army is one of the bodies that must set a high level of professionalism and ensure that it monitors all the operations and methods used by other bodies and departments that are within their mandate. [...]
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