Problem-solving and decision-making are skills that can be honed through practice, experience, and intentional development. By developing analytical thinking and creativity, and practising structured problem-solving approaches, individuals can improve their ability to tackle complex problems and make effective decisions.
Seeking diverse perspectives, learning from past experiences, embracing continuous learning, taking calculated risks, and engaging in self-reflection are also important elements in honing these skills. Through consistent effort and a growth mindset, individuals can continuously improve their problem-solving and decision-making abilities, becoming more effective and confident in addressing challenges and making informed choices.

Explore UTS Open's full range of short courses and microcredentials in decision-making and problem-solving, here.