Explore the importance of decision making, and the things to consider in the process.
Problem solving is about using information to make decisions and solve problems, as well as having an awareness of how different pieces of information might connect with one another. It’s also about having great attention to detail.
This includes qualities such as:
- Asking questions to find out information and help solve problems
- Seeing the links and patterns between different pieces of information
- Working with care and attention to detail
- Thinking about the wider impact or consequences of decisions
The Teenage Millionaire Hacker
Learn about 19-year-old Santiago - the first millionaire bug-bounty hacker who gets paid to find glitches in the software of some of the world’s biggest companies.
Why Companies Like Facebook and Google Pay Hackers Millions
When most people think about hackers, they think about criminals. But the past decade has seen a rise in a new type of hacker, the “ethical hacker.” These men and women use their skills for good by helping companies protect themselves.
Overview of the Problem-Solving Mental Process
This article provides an overview of the problem-solving mental process. The ultimate goal of problem-solving is to overcome obstacles and find a solution that best resolves the issue.
Find your potential
Our Find your Potential questionnaire is all about helping you understand what skills you have, what you might enjoy and what jobs could be a great match for you.
It’ll take about 20 minutes to complete. Once you’ve done this, you’ll have access to your personalised feedback profile. This will provide in-depth insight into your strengths and things you may like to develop, as well as show you some jobs that you may be interested in.
You’ll be shown a log-in screen first. If you’ve not used the tool before, please select Register here where you’ll set up a username and password.
Once you’ve read through your feedback it will suggest learning you can access on this site.