Decision Making/Problem Solving
Practical Problem Solving
(Practical Thinking, Common Sense, Realistic Thinking)
Practical problem solving measures the extent to which you employ a pragmatic approach to problem solving and decision making. The resources below should provide you with the steps for increasing or decreasing your level of practical problem solving.
Higher levels of practical problem solving indicate you may employ a logical and pragmatic approach to planning and problem solving.
Lower levels of practical problem solving indicate you may have a wishful thinking style and favor abstract ideas that are difficult to implement.
Excessive levels of practical problem solving indicate you may be too concrete or miss subtle communications.