Problems can provide individuals and organizations with opportunities for growth and creativity, or they can be obstacles to productivity. This common sense approach to solving problems can reduce the element of chance and can alert you to some common problem solving pitfalls. You will learn a six-step approach to solving problems and be exposed to a number of problem solving tools and techniques. Nick Kuncio instructs. Class is held in the Business / Industry Center at the Auburn campus. Tuition is $79 and includes all materials. Monday, October 6, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Auburn
Contact the Business & Industry Center at Cayuga Community College for further information or to register, Susan Kuncio, BIC director at (315) 255-1743, extension 2228.
BIC provides comprehensive services to area businesses and, as a member of the SUNY network of Business and Industry Centers, has access to extensive educational resources to meet company training and assessment needs. Programs can be scheduled on the Auburn campus, Fulton Center, or on-site (for 10 or more participants) at mutually convenient times.