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PROBLEM-SOLVING REPORT FORMAT
PROBLEM-SOLVING REPORT FORMAT
D R. MA MD OO H A . A BD E L MOTT LE P
JAN UA RY 2 021
Ideally, a Problem-Solving Report is akin to a decision memorandum. A Problem-Solving
Report must be thoroughly researched and be richly accompanied by endnotes.
A good Problem-Solving Report will have the following parts.
1. Executive Summary
A short abstract of the paper content including all the Problem-Solving Report parts.
2. Problem Background
A. History of the Problem
B. Current Status of the Problem
C. Importance of the Problem
D. Definition of the Problem
Introduction to the problem. Keep it short and to the point. This section frames the issue.
3. Problem Statement
A. Identify the objectives of the entity that is trying to solve the problem and the
Statement of the Problem
B. Statement of Methodology Used in Analysis
C. Identification of Actors Involved
D. Impact of the Problem
It concisely identifies the problem to be solved. It may be in the form of a question.
4. Alternative Solutions
A. Listing of Alternatives Considered
B. Comparison of Alternatives
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C. Constraints, Including Political
Enumerate the options and describe them briefly. It is common to provide three options,
but don’t force it to that. For and against arguments do not constitute two options. Give
the decision-maker some choices.
4-D: Analysis of Options: How does each option serve the objectives listed above (3-A)
and what are the other cost issues associated with each. Consider positive and negative
externalities. You should be sensitive to the options’ domestic political repercussions.
5. Recommendations
A. Description Recommendation(s)
B. Rationale for Recommendations
C. Plan for Implementation
D. Provisions for Monitoring/Evaluation
Select the best option and recapitulate why it is the best. Do a reality check. Does the
recommendation solve the problem; is it actionable? Your recommendation should
ideally be a stand-alone, and not require another iteration of the process to figure out
how to implement it. A good recommendation is never a suicide pact.
6. References
7. Appendices
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Rubric Detail
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Name: Problem Solving: All CILOs
Description: This rubric includes all CVILOs and should be used to assess the ePortfolio
Project
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Grid View
1.1
Description
1.2 Support
List View
Unsatisfactory
Baseline
Developing
Good
Exempla
0 (0.00%) 6.55555
6.66666
7.77777
8.88888
9.99999
(6.66666%) –
(7.77777%) –
(8.88888%) –
(9.99999%
(6.55554%)
7.66666
8.77777
9.88888
11.1111
No potential
problem
identi ed.
(7.66665%)
(8.77776%)
(9.88887%)
(11.1111%
One feature
of a
potential
problem
discussed.
Describe
multiple
features of
a potential
problem
…and explain
consequences
to stakeholders
…and dis
administr
constrain
a ecting
engagem
0 (0.00%) 6.55555
6.66666
7.77777
8.88888
9.99999
(6.66666%) –
(7.77777%) –
(8.88888%) –
(9.99999%
(6.55554%)
7.66666
8.77777
9.88888
11.1111
No sources
(7.66665%)
(8.77776%)
(9.88887%)
(11.1111%
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No sources
cited.
Unsatisfactory
2.1 Data
2.2
Analysis
3.1 Insight
3.2
Proposal
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One
source
Baseline
cited.
Multiple
Developing
sources
cited
…and
Good quality of
sources
described
…and
Exempla
relevance
sources t
speci cs
problem
discussed
produce
coherent
justi cati
0 (0.00%) 6.55555
6.66666
7.77777
8.88888
9.99999
(6.66666%) –
(7.77777%) –
(8.88888%) –
(9.99999%
(6.55554%)
7.66666
8.77777
9.88888
11.1111
No datasets
identi ed.
(7.66665%)
(8.77776%)
(9.88887%)
(11.1111%
Identify one
relevant
dataset.
Identify
multiple
relevant
datasets
…and
aggregate into
a single
coherent data
structure
…and ex
quality w
reference
missing d
outliers, a
relevant
metadata
0 (0.00%) 6.55555
6.66666
7.77777
8.88888
9.99999
(6.66666%) –
(7.77777%) –
(8.88888%) –
(9.99999%
(6.55554%)
7.66666
8.77777
9.88888
11.1111
No analytical
approach
identi ed.
(7.66665%)
(8.77776%)
(9.88887%)
(11.1111%
Describe
one
analytical
approach.
Describe
multiple
analytical
approaches
…and generate
appropriate
representations
of results
…describ
any patte
and
correlatio
the data.
0 (0.00%) 6.55555
6.66666
7.77777
8.88888
9.99999
(6.66666%) –
(7.77777%) –
(8.88888%) –
(9.99999%
(6.55554%)
7.66666
8.77777
9.88888
11.1111
No insights
derived.
(7.66665%)
(8.77776%)
(9.88887%)
(11.1111%
One insight
derived
from
analysis
Multiple
insights
derived
from
analysis
…and
supported with
reference to
the literature
…and an
limitation
data or
analysis t
may a ec
validity o
interpret
discussed
0 (0.00%) 6.55555
6.66666
7.77777
8.88888
9.99999
(6.66666%) –
(7.77777%) –
(8.88888%) –
(9.99999%
(6.55554%)
7.66666
8.77777
9.88888
11.1111
No plan
(7.66665%)
(8.77776%)
(9.88887%)
(11.1111%
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No plan
proposed.
Unsatisfactory
4.1
Cogency
4.2
Template
4.3 Style
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Plan
with
Baseline
one
element
proposed.
Plan
with
Developing
multiple
elements
proposed
…that
Good includes
clearly detailed
speci cations
…and
Exempla
discusses
feasibility
within co
of MOI po
and
resourcin
0 (0.00%) 6.55555
6.66666
7.77777
8.88888
9.99999
(6.66666%) –
(7.77777%) –
(8.88888%) –
(9.99999%
(6.55554%)
7.66666
8.77777
9.88888
11.1111
No apparent
organization of
ideas.
(7.66665%)
(8.77776%)
(9.88887%)
(11.1111%
One link
between
ideas is
clear.
Links
among
ideas make
message
clear and
easy to
follow
…and provide
focused,
relevant,
explanation
and support to
the argument
…and fra
the argum
within th
context o
broader
discourse
0 (0.00%) 6.55555
6.66666
7.77777
8.88888
9.99999
(6.66666%) –
(7.77777%) –
(8.88888%) –
(9.99999%
(6.55554%)
7.66666
8.77777
9.88888
11.1111
No apparent
observance of
standards.
(7.66665%)
(8.77776%)
(9.88887%)
(11.1111%
Irregular
observance
of a limited
range of
standards.
Regular
observance
of all
common
standards
…with
demonstrated
attention to
detail
…and ski
adaptatio
speci c
contexts.
0 (0.00%) 6.55561
6.66672
7.77784
8.88896
10.00008
(6.66672%) –
(7.77784%) –
(8.88896%) –
(10.00008
(6.5556%)
7.66673
8.77785
9.88897
11.1112
No apparent
observance of
standard
conventions of
formal written
style.
(7.66672%)
(8.77784%)
(9.88896%)
(11.1112%
Irregular
observance
of the most
obvious
and
common
conventions
of formal
written
style.
Consistent
observance
of most
conventions
of formal
written
style
…with word
choice
appropriate to
the intended
audience
…and
construct
displayin
variety,
suitability
uency.
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